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Full text of "The Festival prayers according to the ritual of the German and Polish Jews"

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SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 



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SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY 
OF ATONEMENT. 



• rAn yvany\ psnn viyw. bnp pby -jb» ^to j»w ^Va Stf 
tarn ■ yam um pis bow n?3K f«i s n bx -rro* ("fro i'D3ian Vn's) 
D s 73 s 3Dan vny -rym s ivn lym "T^n bbzm -raw nvn *n!?Dn y»En "by 

* ^Ki«r» wjr» *ipk rrv»parn nnw s n d^dd oy s nten *nb>3m vAsro s 7ay 
Tr^iar s n lura* Vni ' rrcra mbon!? mnrnD 1733 "proa nd3 nnn Tinnm 
pN ^Nim "its 'n ^asA s ^!? l^arn s d s -i73N psib w ■ tra s 3K xh 
s bip piDD s ^ni m s n mm trya *np s ^> ]nrw ovk "pasi pjn "jp : nbo 
l^in iDwn feip s m naNaw laa • pirn D s ya s ^p ran "are tp bm 

: nbo px ' pvn 

im ^huh mm* nSsn 

s nan brnof* rrAnn nisrr* "moa •msai tfjnai tr^aa s ayn ^}p| 
v ni3 s 3"kt]) s d !?n cjni s ain^» *n»« ^mD 1 * -fay iy "p 3B ^ l an ^ Tiayi 
'n 'n ' npr s n^o prra s s nbt drnnx n h^n rwpnN p $>y • -pfe pm 
s 33n niTN wr rr&a «a n*n • N-nai ovn s tid • D s rr*>K yim mm ^k 
warm nyiBDn £>n Nan • tAtto ijn s by mm ropn^i -nay*? -|^n 
"nira* *>*o s y^Dn s n *ia^3 s btv\ ^« yflnsi nbitt s 3 ■ vnaiyn tjn^nn foi 
^maa -opn rwa Tpnei ^m pi rtoro Y&Dn $>npi ora mraN b^i s n 
s m • wair* bib ystm *iy:>m • rvrnnrr tay nyn a-nym " ta s va i^ipi 
la^iayi i3 s m»is ^3i • nnn^n nosn D^yiro 5?3!? • ranK "| s ^v irtn ^a 
inn« tn^Em n?2Kn D^irh t3 Ns n!? nn»^^ ^n»t»i ^Kiffi s m^ iab -|*»Dn 
: ^r&Dnn ^373 d^ ^jt bw\ 

^kh • npy^ ^rr^Ki prn^ s nb« ornnw s n^« 'n ipxbn psn ^n^l 
on^5 t3 s 3Kb73n ^>3i]5 ' n s rr^ tusn n^rrK • y*by bx jrnam iinan hnn 
^>3 mnvn *] s 3D^ nniK iu s d s i fTina ND3 s dd^> s n^on i>rn s ni^Dn ^yn . 
TQsn iron "ja^ 1133 Tinvni D s *i^ni t3 s 73 s anrr o^Tonm D s p s isn 
n rrriK '■jvd • D s »nin ^>k^ s "773^ n^sn vai^ hdk s 3 • *mam 



The following Verses are said before nScn and before VHp. 

^n^y : njtoKi ^s^a pnj ^ j ^jnjn * 

T • T : ; • t • •• -;- • T • J; F I 

Hjrj n^e wjr nrj nx h^ibh d^Sd 1 ? nj;^p jnii n 



Prayer said by the Reader before commencing the service. 

•N Thou who art the Almighty God, the faithful and most high King, 
accept my prayer which I offer with my whole heart favourably, thou who 
art the only living God, who art the true and just Judge, merciful and gracious. 
O have mercy upon me, and hear my prayer, which I offer this day for myself 
and for my household, and for my congregation, who are in concord with me, 
in prayer : and include my prayer among the perfect and pure prayers offered 
by Israel ; and bury it under thy glorious throne, as thou didst the prayer of 
Moses ; and suffer not those who have deputed me, to be put to shame through 
me , nor I through them. May the words of my mouth and the meditation cf 
my heart be acceptable in thy presence, Lord, who art my Rock and Redeemer. 
May it be acceptable in thy presence, thou who art tremendous, to bestow 
on me this day, a sweet and agreeable voice ; that it may not fail, nor want a 
clear utterance ; but that my voice may be pure and powerful : as is said, and 
the voice of the trumpet waxed stronger. Amen. Selah. 

Another Prayer said by the Reader. 

*03n behold me, destitute of good works; trembling and terrified, in 
dread of thee, who inhabitest the praises of Israel, standing in thy presence to 
supplicate thee, for thy people Israel, who have deputed me : and although I 
am not properly qualified for it, yet do I beseech thee, God of Abraham, 
Isaac, and Jacob, Lord, O Lord God, merciful and gracious, Almighty and 
tremendous God. I beseech thee to prosper my attempt, in thus standing in 
thy presence, to seek mercy for myself, and for those who have sent me ; and 
do not account them guilty for my sin, nor condemn them for mine iniquities, 
for I am a sinner and transgressor. suffer them not to be confounded for 
my transgressions, nor be ashamed of me, nor may I be ashamed of them ; but 
accept my prayer as the prayer of a grave, venerable, and righteous person, 
whose voice is sweet, and acceptable to mankind. Rebuke Satan that he may 
not accuse us : and may our assembling be acceptable to thee, and in love cover 
all our transgressions; and turn all our fasting and afflictions, for us and for 
all Israel, to joy and gladness, life and peace, that they may love truth and 
peace ; and there may be no manner of impediment in my prayer. 

^rPI O may it be acceptable in thy presence, Lord, the God of Abraham, 
Isaac, and Jacob ; the great God, mighty and tremendous ; the most high God, 
known by the appellation of I am that I am, that all the angels who are 
appointed over prayer, may convey my prayer before the throne of thy glory, 
and exhibit it in thy presence, for the sake of all those who were righteous, 
pious, perfect, and upright ; and for the sake of thy glorious, great, mighty, 
and tremendous name ; for thou hearest the prayer of thy people Israel in 
mercy. Blessed art thou, O Lord, who hearest prayer. 



*tXSRt* O Lord, I know that thy judgments are just, and in faithfulness 
hast thou afflicted me. 

rQ^EJpn Hearken unto me, and answer me : I mourn in complaint, and 
cry aloud. 

N27D21 And my soul shall rejoice in the Lord; it shall exult in his 
salvation. 

}iT12n He who dispenseth salvation unto kings, who delivered his servant 
David from the destructive sword. 



NOTE. 

Explanatory op ma b^ 

The misrepresentation so frequently and maliciously made of this passage, 
calls for an explanatory note; and indeed, its form seems apparently to 
substantiate the scandal which the revilers of Judaism hare endeavoured to 
attach to it ; the following however, will set this matter in its true light, and 
thus remove the stain which malevolence, as well as ignorance, has endeavoured 
to affix to the nation. 

All the expressions employed in this formula have a direct reference to 
those vows and devoted consecrations for holy purposes, which are expressed 
in the Pentateuch, at the end of Leviticus, and in Numbers xxx. These have 
all sacred relations : that is to say, either with respect to the Divinity himself, 
as devoting one's self to his service, or the offering some sacrifice, or the vow 
of privation from any luxury, &c. in all of which, the oath or vow operates 
solely on the individual, without any connection with or relation to any other 
person, and only affects his own conscience, and his conduct towards the Deity. 
Now as man is prone to rashness, and thence liable to put forth vows, which 
from their nature, it becomes either impossible, or extremely inconvenient for 
him to perform; a mode of release has been instituted — the Oral Law, 
whereby the person may be absolved on declaring the particulars of his vow 
before three Rabbies, or respectable persons, and expressing his contrition 
on that account ; according to certain regulations laid down in the Talmud, 
found on the like power given to the husband and father in Numbers xlii. 
The formula, here recited, has been instituted to provide against the 
consequence of such vows, which a man may rashly make in the course of the 
year, and which he may neglect, forget, or find impossible to perform ; and 
therefore the three Rabbins are at the reading desk at the time this formula 
is chaunted by the Reader, for that purpose. 

Now it is evident, that, notwithstanding all the malicious interpretations 
given to this passage, nothing in this formula can operate on any oath pending 
between man and man : on the contrary, it is an expressed sentiment in the 
Talmud, that "oaths can only be dissolved, which a man may make to bind 
his own person ; but those which exist between him and his neighbour, cannot 
be dissolved without the concurrence of the other party/' much less can this 
affect any oath administered in a court of justice; for even the Rabbinical 
Code of Law depends, very considerably, upon the evidence of an oath, and 
that in a degree superior and more decisive than any other code. Any idea 
therefore, of this formula being able to dissolve such oaths, would then be 
subversive of a principal pillar in their judicial court; the supposition of 
which ii impossible. 



On entering the Synagogue, bow towards the Ark, and »j 

the following :— 



^tO HZ3 "How goodly are thy 
tents, Jacob, thy tabernacles, 
Israel ! And in the greatness of thy 
benevolence, will I enter thy house ; 
in reverence of thee, will I bow down 
towards the temple of thy holiness. 
Lord! I love the habitation of 
thy house, and the dwelling-place of 
thy glory. I therefore will prostrate 
myself, bow down, and bend the 
knee before the Lord my maker. 
And I will offer my prayer unto 
thee, O Lord! in an acceptable 
time : in thine abundant mercy, O 
God ! answer me, in the truth of thy 
salvation." 



... k .. T : • ) v : : • 

^3 n^k *p[l?Ji nh3 

win hyn m hx mnnBte 



I • "i t 



• -.- • * T{ •• ; • t : : v 

|^V J • v v; » 



: Tiaa nrb rrfrsn 



The Chief Rabbi, accompanied by two of the Dayanim, ascends the reading 

desk, and says : — 

rra^an nbya bw na^a ■ bnpn rwi bsn ' oipan ro^b? 

t . . t:" *•' t • • t't- -- - : • t - 

: n^nayn av bhznrib )*?&& naM • man b$ 

The Reader, with a solemn voice, says the following thrice .*— • 

.... T 

♦ KJTJ31 • W3) • *ptij?l # ♦eyipj ■ V« ■ l J&a# • npKJ 

nrtea : nai&S wSy Nan o^aa dv ny dt onaa 

♦ prw# * J'PW # n# pir pnVa • pro KjQiEjg 

♦ *jjj nS ayri) ♦♦ p£j> wfc) • pn^ vb ■ |^5©i j^B? 

: mjra# *6 KJ£Jpa# • npx xS n^dkj 

The Reader and Congregation alternately say, thrice :— 

: ntttfa Dyn 

T T ; • ry T 

rwbo i^ja) ^eo 4>nj3 njn -cyri jig 1 ? xj rfosv* 
: na«3 Dtri ■ ran n$n dtqbbc nn djjS 

- v: v t ; t •• ^- : • - ; • • '.• - *jt 

(Thrice.) . Tprja ^nnSp j t£x»i ■** 

^f?1 u*$# f &^itf? ^ wrfcs* « nm ^n?!* 

: njn jd£> ujp^n 



SERVICE 



FOE THE 



DAY OF ATONEMENT. 



EVENING SERVICE. 

Dlpan nvi by With the cognizance of the Omnipresent, 
and the congregation of the celestial and the terrestrial 
assemblies, we declare it permitted to pray with transgressors. 

Tfa 73 All vows, obligations, oaths, or anathemas, 
whether termed D2ip Drip* or otherwise, which we shall 
have vowed, sworn, devoted, or bound ourselves to, from 
this day of atonement until the next day of atonement 
(whose arrival we hope for in happiness), we repent, 
aforehand, of them all ; they shall all be deemed absolved, 
forgiven, annulled, void and made of no effect ; they shall 
not be reckoned vows, the obligations shall not be obligatory, 
nor the oaths considered as oaths. 

n /DDl And it shall be forgiven to the whole congregation 
of the children of Israel, and to the stranger who sojourneth 
among them ; for all the people act ignorantly. 

N3 nbo Mead. pardon, I beseech thee, the iniquity of 
this people, according to thy great mercy, and according 
as thou hast always foreborne with this people, from their 
exit from Egypt, even until now (as expresed) : 

"ien^I Cong, (thrice). And the Lord said, I have pardoned, 
according to thy word. 

"I'm Read, Blessed art thou, Lord, our God, Kin£ 
of the universe, who hast preserved us alive, sustained us, 
And brought us to enjoy this season ! 

* A corrupt Chaldaic term. 



nwam nantrn "span* 

't - • t : - •• : - v • 

niaipa n:nb Ab cribs 
i»afo vaab ^b^i tea? rwa 

t t ; : • : : T : 

T T ; T - T 

tba nip iprm : nbno^ 
vn : iv} abtob irrabE 

: cbiy 



: una dvS rrny n^sn a' 

During the time the Reader says "Ona the Congregation say *p 3n '* 

: -nncbirb Tphftn v; tpna pmSnp 

. ... t : • v -: t * t 

• t : - r* t : t ; • t-: 

♦ b*adian na nam D^tn 

• t - v - : ■ - . 

: • *■ Ii-tt * - : : • : 

^s& iw hhtt rbhi w tma 
.... .. T ;|TT 

: tfyjt anSjir? 5 nm ^na : nyj oSiy 1 ? ti^sj 

rftw rrjin • nynt$ "^ ^T? n*3 c£>V nan« 
oaatfa o*rf>« * 13 hy • jrW? onia • D^sra d^pi 

!--..-■» ^ i» r , ... T . J .. ^_ T .,- . |T . T . . j. % 

sppliWW ^HP *1?T3 0^31 • *flpj3 tpjUg Uj$p31 

Bbv nro BSJJH OpJ flttjl OpO on *3 * Hfl D^ 

nm ^n? : wthyb ogp *vpn b« *p}3qtf] • nS^j 

: ^r$>? vast nnix j? 

t ■"trot 1 ron* oviSk mm Skigt t/&0 

: -rcn cbtob ifTobo ita cc? ipna 

v t t : 1 " : •• ' t 

-tan ^fir^ai pn 1 ?-^ vaftu nm^ nx mnw 

t : v.); : - t : ; |:|T : 1 : Ia-. •• : jt ; v" t ; -jt ; 

"^tt tivn 5|«e \?i« n^8 n^n Dnn^jn vn) : "p^ 



2 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 



"prtfv Blessed, praised; 
glorified, extolled, and exal- 
ted, shall be the holy name, 
of the Supreme King of 
Kings ! blessed is he ; for he 
is the first and the last, and 
besides him there is no God. 
Extol him who causeth the 
uppermost sphere to move 
by his name Jah ! Kejoice 
before him ; for his name is 
exalted above all blessing and 
praise. Blessed be the name 
of the glory of his kingdom 
for ever and ever. Blessed 
be the name of the Lord 
from henceforth and for 
evermore. 



Reader, Bless ye the Lord, 
who is ever blessed. 

-pro Cong, Blessed be the 
Lord, who is blessed for ever 
and evermore. 

Tna Blessed art thou, 
Eternal, our God ! King of 
the universe, who with thy 
word causeth the twilight of 
the evening, with wisdom 
openeth the gates of the hea- 
vens, and with understanding 
altereth the seasons, changeth 
the times, regulateth the 
stars, and placeth them in 
their circular motion in the 
firmament, according to thy 
will. Thus hast thou created day and night ; thou rollest the 
light apart, because of the darkness ; and the darkness because 
of the light : and passeth away the day and bringest night ; and 
maketh a division between day and night. Eternal ! Lord of 
Hosts ! is thy name. Omnipotent, living, and ever-existing 
God ! reign over us, continually, and for evermore. Blessed 
art thou, Lord ! who bringest on the evening. 

rhw n*yn& With eternal love hast thou loved the house of 
Israel thy people : thou hast taught us laws and command- 
ments, statutes, and judgments ; therefore, Lord, our God ! 
when we lie down, and when we rise up, we will discourse of 
thy statutes, and we will rejoice in the words of thy law, and 
in thy commandments, for ever and ever ; for they are our 
life, and the prolongation of our days, and in them we will 
meditate day and night. Therefore, we beseech thee, withdraw 
not thy love from us for ever. Blessed art thou, Eternal ! 
who lovest thy people Israel. 

btinw* V12W Hear, Israel, the Lord our God is one 
God. Blessed be the name of the glory of his kingdom 
for evermore ! and thou shalt love the Lord thy God with 
all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. 
And these words which I command thee this day shall be 



x *ns3 mh wry nSsn 7 a 

jjji^ yftt Jfttf? q? roani t)rV D J?^ « W 1 ? 

nrao ♦»« ie>x vvftzr'jx stag yb2>-DK n'-ni 
DjnJr^aa nap 1 ?! byrfc« rmrm nW? nvn Dana 
chgbw mv wya Dar»n&& wm : materia* 

J A « • • : U .|T ; v j" y -|t: '|Vt : •; i,' : | • : Jvr ; jt ; -it : 

OEHP} v&vh r\W\s riih r\mr\ : wain rkaai 

• . - . «• . - : i v ; • I v v t j : it • t : it t ; v T ; - it : 

njnrwt rnro : orfc DQnrtNfrn onnx D*rfca cn-iam 

t . | - tt . i. t %p '"; |- : • : • ** -; j- •••; v : - -:j- 

ten nS nfingni nba rcnr**^ ami-nx T«n caa 

lv > t t-.jt ; t t vj:|- i : • - r - <- t: v t 

r\p! *ft$ nabn ran 9sa rnna ornaxi n^o^-ns 

VT : J' "J T - } VjT IT -" T" JV ; :- AT : 

D3#g>y^El oaaaWy nWt na-rna crtofen : Dab jni 
jiflabai Vrraa wa^a oa 13^ Da^a-na Dnk Dirw&i 

•$« nkl$'l buByn wi oiw art 1 rcab : T*HNBty 
: HST^ P»pfri '5*3 CpS nnb Da^naxb nirr yatfi 



3 SBRVICB FOR THB EVB OF THB DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

in thy heart. And thou shalt teach them diligently unto 
thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in 
thy house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when 
thou liest down, and when thou risest up. And thou shalt 
bind them for a sign upon thy hand, and they shall be as 
frontlets between thine eyes. And thou shalt write tbem 
upon the door-posts of thy house, and on thy gates 



VftW DM mm And it shall come to pass, if ye shall 
hearken diligently unto my commandments which I command 
you this day, to love the Lord your God, and to serve 
him with all your heart, and with all your soul ; that I will give 
you the rain of your land in its due season ; the first rain 
and the latter rain, that thou mayest gather in thy corn, 
thy wine, and thine oil : and I will send grass in thy fields 
for thy cattle, that thou mayest eat and be satisfied. Take 
heed to yourselves, that your heart be not deceived, and ye 
turn aside, and serve other gods, and worship them. For 
then the Lord's wrath will be kindled against you, and he 
will shut up the heavens, that there be no rain, and the 
land will not yield her fruit, and ye shall perish quickly from 
off the goodly land which the Lord giveth you. Therefore 
shall ye lay up these my words in your heart, and in your 
soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand and they 
shall be as frontlets between your eyes. And ye shall teach 
them to your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in 
thy house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou 
liest down, and when thou risest up. And thou shalt write them 
upon the door-posts of thy house, and upon thy gates. 
That your days, and the days of your children, may be 
multiplied in the land which the Lord sware unto your 
fathers to give them, as the days of heaven upon the earth. 



j *ns3 dvS wry nSsn n 

orhnS qsylp ^s-ty. rwp^ onS ^ brfof jn9JJl 
Afnfr 63S n;n^ ; nS^ ^ rj^g rtft^R »>™ 
Drt* Dttfew pi«i? rtxa- t »-nK 6fnap iri'K Dry*ni 

at ^1 • -4- t: j:* t v v:-. J- 

D % ai ona-rate D^yy nnai DbaaS nni* «ihrr$) 
tavvn ♦rfoarSa-na dtv&wi rfiifc rcaS : offtS 

eta™ t*9«i ^ oyc^ n J n ! 'fe : 9^*^ b^t? 

: C3>nSK rcw *jk D^riW? ddS nwjj? Dr«9 H8B 

wviSa M wn *3 «*>y D*pi hi&*?i hMBK) n???* 

|.. v: t: • |'» *t t|-: t t ... ... 

usVa d^pto wpsn i^fc ^T? wpis! jf^i pen 

D^p3 • ij5p j^-ny. mSnj nsryn x\#$i *?jun^ ^| 

-hjf imp dti w^ik niM-Sy u^man «S:n toi^S 
ttfl^tta niniK njnsa pfcpyi d?ipj iq^n$(p s tfjgi^l 
nxvi Dnxa *H33 S3 irroys n3»n : dpi-^3 nanaa 

.. . | T ; . - . T t : ^v: v - - t •• : : - I 

ra via ^3»jsn : D^iy nnnb ddiwd t ?«n^ ,r ©jrnx 

^?p pna vrpSeb ib^? rnnj *na0 trjoj roa 1x71 
♦ nan nnasn prv0 «y ^S bane* ^3* ntra • ditSb 

t - t ; • ; ( t • *i | : •• t ; • y ; v T ~ "S 

: d^3 mn 



4 SERVICE FOR THE EVB OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

" -liMn And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Speak 
unto the children of Israel, and bid them to make themselves 
fringes in the borders of their garments, throughout their 
generations, and that they put upon the fringes of the 
borders, a thread of blue. And it shall be unto you 
for a fringe, that you may look upon it, and remember all 
the commandments of the Lord and do them; and that 
ye seek not after the inclinations of your heart, and the 
delight of your eyes, in the pursuit of which ye have been 
led astray. That ye may remember and do all my commandments, 
and be holy unto your God. I am the Lord your God, 
who brought you out of the land of Egypt, to be your God ; 
I am the Lord your God. 



nsiENI riftN All this is truth and certainty, and irrefutable ; 
that the Eternal is our God, and besides him there is none ; 
we [Israel] are his people, whom he hath redeemed from the 
hands of kings ; he is our King, who hath delivered us from 
the power of tyrants ; he is the Almighty, who hath avenged 
us on our adversaries, and who gave a just reward unto all 
our enemies ; who doeth great things, which cannot be inves- 
tigated ; yea, wonders and miracles without number ; who did 
keep us alive, and suffered not our feet to slip : he caused us 
to tread on the high places of our enemies, and exalted our 
horn over all our adversaries. For our sake, he performed 
miracles, and was revenged on Pharoah ; he performed pro- 
digies and tokens in the land of the children of Ham. Who 
in his wrath smote all the first born of Egypt, and brought 
out his people Israel from amongst them unto perpetual liberty, 
and conducted his children between the divisions of the Eed 
Sea. Their pursuers, and their enemies, he caused to sink in 
the deep ; his children did see his mighty power; they praised 
his name, and with pleasure and cheerfulness they acknowledged 
him their Sovereign. Moses and the children of Israel, 
with songs of great joy, unanimously proclaimed. 



ffor) *ja • ^,3 "W TO ^ * 5 D ^? n #? J 

♦^W naib nxj?3. i33j?w *^piW md w^jt brfi 
■en 3mn u^ya noni •«rj»a pni »«# wo 1 ? »s#ini 

pan ^jty ^ '3 ^nm qfc*» «pp* ^ '3 t»^?PEi 
nnj?& abtib) wnb w&& upHJt W f rq$ wi) 
fcrjB jj nn« ^ ♦ *p6# n?9 w£p T fernp i dSij? tji 

: tiffin ^ ^^ «R ^ ^5?? ^ D ^ n ?9 

(On the Sabbath say, from «ncvi to »Bi»1.) 

^^ ' m' I V.T T V I "|- t - t: t "t t . I 

L |-t •- -t «r • . - 

DynKtsn hhb # dshk nn&b nzhv trc njn n^ro 

: vntoft * **sh 

t ; • t: •• : • 

(The Header then says vnp »xn.) 



5 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

rDftS *ft Who is like unto thee, Lord ! among the 
mighty? Who is like unto thee? glorious in holiness, 
tremendous in praises, working miracles ? 

l/YOba Thy kingdom thy children beheld, when thou 
didst divide the sea before Moses. This is my God they 
proclaimed, and said, the Lord will reign for ever and ever ! 
And it is written, for the Lord hath redeemed Jacob, and 
delivered him from the hand of him that was stronger than 
he. Blessed art thou, Eternal, who hath redeemed Israel. 

•WMt&n Lord, our God ! cause us to lie down in peace, 
and raise us up, our King ! in perfect health. spread thy 
pavilion of peace over us, uphold us with thy good counsel, 
and help us for thy name sake. Protect us, and remove far 
from us, foes, pestilence, war, famine, and grief; and remove 
the enticer (satan) from being about us ; and conceal us under 
the shadow of thy wings ; for thou, God ! art our guardian 
and deliverer; thou, Omnipotent! art a merciful and 
gracious King ! Preserve our going forth and coming in, to 
life and peace, now and for evermore. Spread over us, the 
tabernacle of thy peace. Blessed art thou, Eternal, who 
spreadest the tabernacle of peace over us, over all his people 
Israel, and over Jerusalem I 

[YiEttn And the children of Israel shall keep the sabbath 
observing the sabbath throughout their generations, for a 
perpetual covenant. It is a sign between me and the children 
of Israel for ever ; for in six days the Lord made heaven and 
earth, and on the seventh day he rested and was refreshed.] 

ntn nvn "O IJor on this day shall he make an atonement 
for you, to cleanse you; that ye may be clean from all 
your sins before the Lord. 



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6 SERVICE FOR THE EVB OP THE 1>AT OJ ATONEMENT. 



TI5Q? wn Lord ! open thou my lips, and my month shall 
declare thy praise. 

" nriN frfa Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! and the 
God of our ancestors, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, 
and the God of Jacob ; the great, mighty and tremendous, 
God ! the most High God, who bestowest gracious favours. 
Possessor of all things, who rememberest the piety of the 
patriarchs, and wilt in love send a Redeemer to their posterity, 
for the sake of his name. 

D^nb trot Kemember us unto life, God, the King, who 
delightest in life write us in the book of life, for thy 
sake, God of life ! King, thou art our Supporter, our 
Saviour, and our Shield. Blessed art thou, Lord! the 
Shield of Abraham. 

TD3 nn« Thou, Lord ! art mighty for ever; it is thou 
who revivest the dead, and art mighty to save, who sustainest 
the living with beneficence, and with great mercy quickenest 
the dead, supportest the fallen, and healest the sick : thou 
settest at liberty those that are bound, and wilt accomplish 
thy faith unto those that sleep in the dust. Who is like unto 
thee, Lord of mighty acts ? or who can be compared unto 
thee, King, who killest, and restorest to life ; and causest 
salvation to spring forth? 

-ptt!3 ^ Who is like unto thee, merciful Father, who 
in mercy rememberest thy creatures to life ? Thou art also 
faithful to revive the dead. Blessed art thou, Lord, 
who revivest the dead. 

WMp nn« Thou art holy and thy name is holy, and 
the saints praise thee daily. Selah. 

-pnD in pni And therefore extend thy fear, Lord, 
our God, over all thy works, and thy dread over all thou hast 
created : that all thy works may fear thee, and all creatures 
bow down before thee ; so that they may all form one 
band, to perform thy will with an upright heart; and be 
all convinced, as we are, Lord, our God, that dominion 
appertaineth unto thee, that strength is in thy hand, might 
in thy right hand, and that thy name is tremendous over 
all thou hast createc\ 



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7 SBBYICB FOU THE EVB OF THE DAT 0» 4TOHEMBNT. 

TOD ?n pm And therefore, Lord ! grant honour unto 
thy people ; applause unto those who fear thee ; a pleasing 
hope unto those who seek thee ; and confidence unto those 
who wait for thee ; joy unto thy land, gladness unto thy city, 
a revival of the kingdom of thy servant David, and an 
ordination of renewed splendour to the son of Jesse, thine 
anointed, speedily in our days. 

D^THS yys\ And then the righteous will see it, and 
rejoice ; the upright be glad, and the saints exult in song ; 
but iniquity will be dumb, and all manner of wickedness 
vanish as smoke ; when thou shalt remove the dominion of 
wickedness from the earth. 

T\n& "Tlb^ni Then, Lord ! thou alone shalt reign over 
all thy works in Mount Zion, the residence of thy glory, and 
in Jerusalem, the city of thy sanctuary ; as it is written in 
thy holy word, the Lord reigneth for ever, even thy God ! 
Zion, from generation to generation. Hallelujah ! 

nriN WMp Thou art holy, and thy name is tremendous ; 
and besides thee there is no God : as it is written, and the 
Lord of hosts shall be exalted in judgment ; and the holy 
God shall be sanctified through righteousness. Blessed 
art thou, Lord ! holy King ! 

lamnn nnw Thou hast chosen us from all people ; thou 
hast loved us, and hast delighted in us, and exalted us above 
all nations, and sanctified us with thy commandments, and 
brought us near unto thy service, our King, and hast called 
us by thy great and holy name. 

lab jnm And with love hast thou given us, Lord, our 
God, [on the sabbath say, the sabbath-day, for a sanctification 
and rest, and] this day of atonement, for pardon, forgiveness, 
and atonement : and thereon to pardon all our iniquities i 
[on the sabbath, say, in love] a holy convocation, a memorial 
of the departure from Egypt. 

la^nbs Our God, and the God of our fathers, mayest thou 
be pleased to grant that our memorial, and the memorial of 
our fathers, the memorial of the Messiah, the son of David, 
thy servant, and the memorial of Jerusalem, thy holy city, 
and the memorial of all thy people, the house of Israel, may 
ascend, come, approach, be seen, accepted, heard, visited, 



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8 8EBVICB FOB THE ETX OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

and remembered in thy presence for the obtaining a happy 
deliverance, with favour, grace, and mercy, to life, and peace, 
[on the sabbath, say, on this sabbath-day, and on this day of 
atonement. Lord, our God ! remember us thereon for good : 
visit us with a blessing, and save us to enjoy life, and with 
the word of salvation and mercy, have compassion and be 
gracious unto us. have mercy upon us, and save us, for 
our eyes are continually towards thee ; for thou, God ! art 
a merciful and gracious King. 

^nbm l^nbs Our God, and the God of our fathers, 
pardon our iniquities [on the sabbath, say, on this day of 
rest, and] on this day of atonement. blot out and 
remove our transgressions from thy sight ; as it is said, I, 
even I, am he who blotteth out thy transgressions for mine 
own sake ; and thy sins I will not remember. And it is 
said, I have made thy transgressions vanish away like a 
cloud ; and thy sins like a vapour ; return unto me, for I 
have redeemed thee. And it is said, For on this day shall 
he make an atonement for you, to cleanse you ; that ye 
may be clean from all your sins before the Lord. [On 
the sabbath, say, Our God and the God of our Fathers, 
accept our day of rest.] sanctify us with thy command- 
ments, and ordain our portion to be in thy law. satisfy 
us with thy goodness, and cause us to rejoice in thy 
salvation [on the sabbath say, and cause us, Lord 
our God, to inherit thy holy sabbath with love and delight ; 
and grant that Israel, who sanctify thy name, may have 
rest thereon) ; and purify our hearts to serve thee in truth ; 
for thou art the pardoner of Israel, who granteth remission 
of sins to the tribes of Jeshurun in every generation ; and 
besides thee there is none to whom we appeal for pardon 
and forgiveness. Blessed art thou, Lord the King, who 
pardonest and forgivest our iniquities, and the iniquities of 
thy people, the house of Israel, and causest our trespasses 
to pass away annually : King of the whole earth, who 
sanctifiest [on the sabbath, add, the sabbath) Israel, and 
the day of atonement. 






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: in 1 ? iw?# moan 

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9 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

n^n Lord, our God ! let thy people Israel, and their 
prayers be acceptable to thee. Restore the service" to the 
oracle of thine house; so that the burnt-offerings of Israel, 
and their prayers, may be speedily accepted by thee with 
love and favour ; and the worship of thy people Israel be ever 
pleasing unto thee. 

13*^3 mnnm that our eyes may behold thy return to 
Zion with mercy. Blessed art thou, Lord ! who restoreth 
his divine presence unto Zion. 

D^TiD We adore thee; for thou art the Lord, our God, 
and the God of our ancestors, for evermore. Thou art the 
Rock of our life, and the Shield of our salvation : in all 
generations we render thanks unto thee, and declare thy 
praise ; for our life, which is delivered into thy hand ; and 
for our souls, which are deposited with thee ; and for thy 
miracles, which we daily experience ; and for thywonders and 
thy kindnessess, which are at all times exercised towards «s, 
at morn, noon, and even. Thou art good, for thy compassion 
never fails : thou art merciful, for thy kindness never ceases ; 
we for evermore put our trust in thee. 

bb^ bsi And for all these mercies, may thy name, our 
King, be continually praised, and highly exalted for ever 
and ever. 

n^nb nirot And vouchsafe to inscribe all the children of 
thy covenant for a happy life. And all the living shall for 
ever give thanks unto thee, and in truth praise thy name, (J 
God of our salvation and our help. Blessed art thou, Lord ! 
for goodness is thy name, and unto thee it is proper to give 
thanks. 

:n D^btP grant unto thy people Israel everlasting peace ; 
for thou, King ! art the Lord of peace : may it please thee 
to bless thy people Israel, at all times, with thy peace. 
Blessed art thou, Lord ! who blesseth his people Israel 
with peace. 



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10 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

D^n "iDDn In the book of life, blessing, peace, and 
honest sustenance, may we, and all thy people, the house 
of Israel, be remembered, and written before thee, to a 
happy life, and peace. Blessed art thou, Lord, who 
maketh peace. 

•OTnriN ^ribvh i^nb« Our God, and the God of our 
ancestors, may our prayers come before thee, and withdraw 
not thyself from our supplications ; for we are not so 
shameless of face, or hardened, as to declare in thy presence, 
Eternal, our God ! and the God of our fathers, that we are 
righteous, and not sinned; verily [we confess] we have 
sinned. 

"ttEtPH We have trespassed, we have dealt treacherously, we 
have stolen, we have spoken slander, we have committediniquity, 
and have done wickedly; we have acted presumptuously ; we 
have committed violence ; we have framed falsehood ; we 
have counselled evil ; we have uttered lies ; we have scorned ; 
we have rebelled ; we have blasphemed ; we have revolted ; 
we have acted perversely ; we have transgressed ; we have 
oppressed ; we have been stiff-necked ; we have acted wickedly 
we have corrupted ; we have done abominably ; we have gone 
astray, and have caused others to err ; we have turned aside 
from thy excellent precepts and institutions, and which hath 
not profited us ; but thou art just concerning all that is come 
upon us ; for thou hast dealt most truly, but we have done 
wickedly. 

T^Q 1 ? "ifcN2 n& what shall we say in thy presence, Othou, 
who dwellest above the universe ? Or, what shall we declare 
unto thee, who residest above the skies? Knowest thou not 
all the secret things as well as the revealed ? 

SHY* nns Thou knowest all the secrets of the world, and 
the most hidden transactions of all living. Thou searchest alll 
the inward parts, and examinest the reins and the heart, so 
that there is nothing concealed from thee, neither is there any) 
thing hidden from thy sight. may it then be acceptable in| 
thy presence, Eternal, our God ! and the God of our fathers, 
to pardon all our sins, and forgive all our iniquities, anc 
grant us remission for all our transgressions. 



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[rany. saiga ip^ £W?9# a&n Sr 

btibp *ttaa Tjeb »K&n# not bjn 

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nnDni nfoa tW? aK&ntf Nan byi 

wiom nyn-i v^b a«Bn0 x&n Sy 
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nbn Tirtrfna ipafc **ttfn# Nton bjn 

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D*ma5i cnm b«b?a wsb «K&n# xan by 

: ■ : I v t : t t v : •• - 

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•p-pnna Tusb UN&np fccton by 
wr\ W?na Tisb axbri^ xan byi 

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11 8EHVICB FOR THE EVE OF THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

Nfcn by For the sin, which we have committed against 

, thee, either by compulsion, or voluntary. And for the sin 

which we have committed against thee, with a stubborn heart. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, out of 
ignorance. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee with the utterance of our lips. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
incestuous lewdness. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either publicly or secretly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
deliberate deceit. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with the speech of the mouth. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
oppressing our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by the evil cogitation of the heart. 

For the sin which we have commited against thee, by 
assembling to commit fornication. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by acknowledging our sins with 
our mouth [but do not repent in our heart.] 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
despising our parents and teachers. And for the sin which 
we have committed against thee, either presumptuously, or 
ignorantly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
violence. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by the profanation of thy name. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
defiled lips. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with foolish expressions. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
the evil imagination. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either knowingly, or without deliberation. 

ths bin Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
denying and lying. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by taking or giving a bribe. 



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• ; • J V T ; T T V ; •• ^-« 

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py nras *p&b b*W# «&0 bjn 

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T T ; • : • I v t : t t v ; •• »-; 

ki# ny_^3 ^|b tiMphp xtpn by 
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12 PEnVICB FOR THB EVB OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
scoffing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by calumny. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee in traffic. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, in 
meat and drink. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
extortion and usury. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by immodest discourse. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
chattering. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, with the twinkling of our eyes. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
haughty looks. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with shamelessness. 

cbs by*) Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
shaking off the yoke of thy law. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by litigiousness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee by 
treachery to our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by envy. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by levity. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, 
by our stubbornness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
running swiftly to do evil. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by tale-bearing. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by false 
swearing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by causeless enmity. 



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: xfy ^3 • a 1 ? hriQ • a|p nbp • nirvbp grfyj d^ !jrj 

: nSiy • Dn^a Mjn uk£ D\xt?ri ^gj 

t n^tsn • crvSa D^jn «*$# D*Kt?ri ^jn : 

t Tff) nSij? |3Tfj ■ orrS? : D^;n ^ wjko bg) 

: <*fo$ mi d#x * Dirba d<3 t h «$# caj&Q Ski 

t irrna wa ■ cirSy ttjfi wtf D^ron bjh 

; - v •• -: • t - tv • t -: *—\ 

x tfymK ropbfc • nrrha M*n «k# D-xan hy\ 

• t t •• • t v •• -: • T - TV • l -; w~\ 

: ptw nil • dppSb km tftftf men Sjn 

• • -;- - t v •• -: • t * tv. t -: ^- : 

x H n*3 niiva j?31K • ay^ Kjjrj w*£ D^pn bgj 

^A ' nb>? : nr0 ^ • pjiij • :m * nsn^ * n^pp 
ps# p3i ♦ nb>$> wp po ## pa ■ n^s ; n *6 ntxfi 
g ^ d-^ one^-nxi aS D^W-m • nb>y Dip pq 

t • : t - v v : t • : v v •• -; t 

• Drp 1 ??; ^ \ryvx\ • *pj|)ip Wjes ^33 «b W^rna 

T T - w* • ; •• I v T : T • : T •• V V . 

-ny. ugj^ *\b rifajrii # wnS$ $ nhnp?n • naxiitf 

t~ • T ~ •• ; • t V ~S~ T ^ 

: cnm x^x) rtaoi Wiifi *nS& ab px vnjfeitt 

t t tv - •• ; •• I v v t l •• I v^t; - • 



13 gBltVICl? FOB THB EVB OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

For the sin wnicn we have committed against thee, by 
embezzlement. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by extacy. 

nb:> bin Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

D^StDn bsi Also for the sins, for which we were obliged to 
bring a burnt-offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a sin- 
offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring an 
offering, according to our ability. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a 
trespass-offering, for either a certain or doubtful sin. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer the 
stripes of contumacy. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer 
flagellation. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
death, by the hand of God. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
extirpation, and beiag childless. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty 
of the four kinds of death formerly inflicted by our tribunal 
of justice, viz : — 

nVpD Stoning, burning, beheading, and strangling; for 
transgressing affirmative precepts, or negative precepts ; 
whether an action be appropriated thereto, or not, as well as 
those which are known unto us, as those which are unknown 
to us. As for those which are known unto us, we have already 
made confession of them before thee, Lord, our God ! and 
the God of our fathers. And those which are unknown unto 
us, are known and evident before thee, as it is said, the secret 
things belong unto thee, Eternal, our God ! but the revealed 
things belong unto us, and our posterity for ever, to perform 
all the words of this law; for thou art the pardoner of Israel, 
and who granteth remission of sins unto the tribes of Jeshurun, 
m all ages ; and besides thee, there is none to whom we 
appeal for pardon and forgivsness. 



: HB3 n\h rmrQ nban t 

YJlfep P^J l B! • J 1 ^ n ^ !1 *^9 ^93 f$fa Tag 

♦na&ntf nw • my N&nx xW * ♦cog T^l 'C&S « 

*T1 h% *6 ^ f mnj TfiTTQ ( p£ *' i} P 1 ™? TJ^ 
ttfJH D^nj DniD? 

^j3?^?1 ^TS ^9 'Of^ 5H9 ^^ TO ^# 
♦ ^mma ^ nna : mm W? naM ♦toil • tmr\ *toi 

||vt : • • -; t s " - ttv •;-: ■ • : - 

nnn^j • nyn hy r D^inn bbi • *toj tfrnpi iftfytQ) 
}5?pS npg ♦^ jya 1 ? n^p^iefrjb ^j2f?j?l # &Oxsj nan 
pjfif? • ^jyrin jap 1 ? ne% • ^nfnj? pja 1 ? ngn? • ^a; 
*9 na« nrb vrv : wi wa* nnshn • spyr rrfw 

: px mo Skip* ^ hy) why nb& nfcv 

n*3 nm*# whisk vftKi «vfa< " T^ fun w 

vt • ••• i" -; •• - i~ v; t: ||vt: I t • : 

sfp?;j D&h : ^nnins uff?n pi «p£ rrtTM snj^n 



14 SERVICE FOR THE EYE OP THE BAT OF ATONEMENT. 

vmia sbtff IV >rhH my God ! before I was formed, I 
was unworthy; and now that I have been formed, am as 
though I had not been formed ; dust I am in my life time, 
how much more at mv decease ! Behold, I stand before thee> 
as a vessel full of shame and confusion. may it be acceptable 
in thy presence, Eternal, my God ! and the God of my 
fathers, to assist me, that I sin no more ; and the sins which I 
have already committed against thee, blot out through thy 
mercy, but not by chastisement, and malignant sickness. 



"11^3 *rh& my God, be pleased to guard my tongue from 
evil, and my lips from uttering deceit. And be thou silent, 
my soul, to those who curse me ; and grant that my soul may 
be humble as the dust to every one. Open my heart to receive 
thy law, and my soul to pursue thy commandments. Speedily I 
beseech thee, frustrate the devices, and destroy the machinations 
of all those who imagine evil against me. grant it for thy 
name ; grant it for thy right hand ; grant it for thy holiness ; 
grant it for thy law, that thy beloved may be delivered. 
save me with thy right hand, and answer me. May the 
words of my mouth, and the meditations of my heart, be 
acceptable in thy presence, Lord ! who art my Rock and 
Redeemer. May he who maketh peace in his high heavens, 
grant peace unto us, and all Israel ; and say ye, Amen. 



psn *rr» Let it be acceptable before thee, Lord,;our God ! 
and the God of our Fathers, that the holy temple may speedily 
be rebuilt in our days ; and let our portion be in thy law. And 
there we will serve thee in reverence, as in ancient days, and 
in former years. And may the offering of Judah and 
Jerusalem be pleasant unto the Lord, as in ancient days and 
in former years. 



: nisa dvS rra-iy nSsn - » 

On Friday Night say, from"lS3*l to TOCM «HpD. 

c?3 trnStf ^3tt * c^r^i YW) vtpfa ^J 

B^l V3#3 W*"n$ D\nSx ^353 : nmj n^ WJ^CJ 
:nisn£> d^$ Kn^-n^if inpx^-^a na# ia '3 ink 

omaat >rbx wniax *rfao «*rfe*t " nm "ana 

y T ; ~ ** vj i*" •; •* •* j** v; T. T | t 

bx irjani main Wr|n ^n apse »cfo*) pnqp \jfo? 

tfnpn 'sfen inoKM n*n& n»na nana turn n& 
nm Da ^ i2TTp na&r ova ijbj^ rM©n ♦ vtibz mf 

tt t • :|t t- : ^-: - I* • " it|*»v 

-^aa ififc^ mm nnai naro maw vW? • cr6 mn 1 ? 

t : : • : -§- t t : • ; -:- t t : v t " r t ; 

^t ajf^ 'atfjo dk 1 ? nanpa np&i Tpgtf f^ n ?^ 

ap^gq •"fiW* a^ab ^nmn3 «j^n jrn # TP^? 
«*rita " i^rum •w»ta ^auS uaS ttu • witf*a 
nrriK WjP! ^3 ! W?fe?} f VTfJ n ?^ P^W n ?n**3 

*n nj ?^ 7^ ^P^ % ^1P? ^$? *? *fJJ. 11 ^ *B# 

[tna^'n bhj?$ 



15 BBBVICB FOR 7HB ETB 0* THB DAT Of ATONEMENT. 

[\n«m ENSam Vwi And the heavens and the earth were 
finished, and all their host. And on the seventh day God ended 
his work which he had made ; and he rested on the seventh 
day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed 
the seventh day, and sanctified it ; because he thereon rested 
from all his work, which God created and made. 

^ nriH "jm Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! and the 
God of our ancestors, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and 
the God of Jacob ; the great, mighty and tremendous, God ! 
the most high God I Creator of the heaven and the earth. 

JTDN p& He was the shield of our ancestors ; with his word 
he reviveth the dead at his command ; he is the holy King 1 
For there is none like unto him, who granteth rest unto his 
people on his holy sabbath ; for delighting in them, he was 
pleased to grant them rest ; we therefore, will worship him 
with reverential awe, and will continually praise his name 
daily, the source of all blessing ! the God to whom thanks- 
givings are due! The Lord of peace, who sanctifieth the 
sabbath, and blesseth the seventh day, and granteth holy rest 
to his people enjoying the delicacies of delight, as a memorial 
of the work of the creation. 

•D^nbN Our God, and the God of our fathers, be pleased to 
accept our rest ; sanctify us with thy commandments and 
let thy law be our portion. satisfy us with thy goodness, 
rejoice us with thy salvation ; and purify our hearts to serve 
thee in truth ; and cause us, Lord, our God ! to inherit thy 
holy sabbath with love and delight ; and grant that all Israel 
who love thy name, may rejoice thereon. (Some read, and 
may Israel who sanctify thy name have rest thereon.) Blessed 
art thou, Lord! who sanctifieth the sabbath.] 



: y\te n)h fraiJ nSan 



IB 



In this Hymn, we entreat the Supreme Being to aecept our prayers for the 
merit of our ancestors, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, who originally arranged 
the Forms of prayer; as also for the merit of Moses and Aaron, David, 
Solomon, and the Prophet Samuel. 



(The Ark is opened.) 

3T8 "W 



ai$b o^a v. nSa! 

•Jt -: - v t-. 

a^e joem ? nSg! 
wye n ngrrj 

» T j T - v t»: 



(The Ark is closed.) 

nfc>5 S$ ma* T : *$! T? ^ Ttt n Vw »# 
*& s «^iy * <)$> nyiis ASH??! njnn#) *d i ^S 



16 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

nbs> may our supplications ascend at eventide; onr 
prayer approach the divine presence in the morning ; and onr 
praise be conspicuous until even. 

nb^ may our voice ascend at eventide ; our righteousness 
approach the divine presence in the morning; and our redemption 
be conspicuous until even. 

rhw may our affliction ascend at eventide ; our pardon 
come forth from the divine presence in the morning ; and our 
cry be conspicuous until even. 

rhw may a refuge for us ascend at eventide; and 
approach the divine presence in the morning; and our 
reconciliation be conspicuous until even. 

rhw may prosperity for us ascend at eventide; our 
purification come from the divine presence in the morning ; 
and our orisons be conspicuous until even. 

rhw may our memorial ascend at eventide ; our solemn 
assembling approach the divine presence in the morning; and 
our glorification be conspicuous until even. 

ribw may our knocking at the gate of repentance ascend 
at eventide ; our joy come from the divine presence in the 
morning ; and our petition be conspicuous until even. 

T\bw may our supplication ascend at eventide ; approach 
thee in the morning; and may the effect of it be conspicuous 
to us until even. 

TOttf O thou who nearest prayer, all flesh come to address 
thee ; all flesh come to worship before thee, Eternal ! They 
come and bow down before thee, Lord ! and glorify tby 
name. Come, let us bow down, bend the knee, and prostrate 
ourselves before the Eternal our Creator. Enter ye his gates 
with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise ; be thankful 



VOL. II. 






: niM dvS mny riSfih v 

»^9 nm : Hb# rf$ iS hh nSniw vrrrcn rr-rfftg vnytf 
d^t atp : niS>^3 j n^3 DH$n » hjjjj S| j n$ 

DinS runnel VHMBtoS nxmj : " nx wjm Bhb 

-: - •.■-;-:• t : : • : » t t; v : t vp 

: xh Bhnp vSn DinS iinn^ni ttrftie * naam : vSn 
: mf* " rfnjrrj iehp inS nrwshi whn * to&H 

•• ••: t: |t • :|t - : -:-:•: - v : t: : 

anao : pwrSa nao ^3 ehjrnTins "S vmnefci 

: - -: - | v t t t t t • • v| - : - : t- -: - : • 

: ^narra ^wip r hyirhq njnr)#j ^*a trad ^dh :ra 
Ski ^pn Sy. tj?^' nx ^m $ffi$ Srrn Sx r\)nr\p) 
niK3? 'nSx * : ^JE)#* "?}?$ S ■? Sy_ sfeljj '3 t$8S 
pnga ^ *? : TOQ*3p $$&$ n ' PEJ y^FV 
TtyW) nnx Snj q : d*Sx ^33 $> n&T "h i^ 
^pn yaff S bb Srtt^i j ^pp 1 ? IS^% nnx nixS$:i 
p8 inS^ T*«3 SSn?rt \) Wi| : ^n&$ B>pn#-nja 
D^riSx Ss Sy xn xnu nfca SSnai " Sin^ ^ ♦ *\pn 

• v: t ^- t : t •■. : t: t J •„• •• 

Sx *a new • D^nSx S:d Sy Srn "aSai * Shu Sx *jd 

~ • v -: • v; t r- t I v v t: t •• • 

xS *d * "fOn^l T^? nfpsr^s pxrn d?»s& 
Smi dw *mh Sm ^ nnx* ^S *a tfian *nS& ^ao* 

t; • - ":- t; ^ ttt J: • • - |vv J-;t. 

bxil) nnx Sh| » spaa pxa * ^ioa ^a BfiaSp 
♦ ^y# DHn ^t tyn rrjeqj Dy gri? ^S # ntwiei ^ 

ns?x • &w\ mxa mm nnx nS^S *jS tix uv ^S 

v -: v t t t t • -- t - t : t ) : | - | ; 

V : nrtoi SSd^ % • iS nnn nissnn) px npno h^ 
nnxsnni mnam nSnun M ^iS • inSnn S^ ptw^ 

v •.■:■-; t :-; t\;- t: ): t«: t w— • : - 






17 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

unto him, praise his name ; bless ye the Lord, all ye servants 
of the Lord, who stand by night in the house of the Lord. 
lift up your hands towards the sanctuary, and bless the Lord. 
Let us enter his tabernacles, prostrate ourselves at his footstool. 
Extol ye the Eternal, our God ! and bow down at his footstool, 
for holy is he. Extol ye the Lord, our God ! and worship at 
his holy mount, for the Lord our God is holy. Worship the 
Lord in festive attire, let all the earth quake before him. In 
the greatness of thy benevolence will we enter thine house \ 
in reverence will we bow down towards the temple of thine 
holiness. We will bow down towards the temple of thine 
holiness, and praise thy name, for thy loving-kindness and 
truth ; for thou hast magnified thy word and name above all. 
Lord God of Hosts, who is strong like unto thee, Lord ■ 
Thy faithfulness surrounds thee ; for who in heaven can be 
compared unto the Lord ? And who can be likened unto the 
Lord among the sons of the mighty ? For thou art great, and 
performest wondrous things; thou alone art God, for thy 
tender mercy is great above the heavens, and thy truth 
reacheth unto the skies. The Lord is great, and exalted 
in praise, and his greatness is unsearchable ; for the Lord is 
great, and exalted in praise ; he is revered above all gods ; 
for the Eternal is a great God, and a mighty King ; he is 
great above all gods ; for is there a god in heaven or on earth, 
that can do according to thy mighty acts? Who should not 
revere thee, Ring of the nations ? for it appertaineth unto 
thee ; because among all the wise men of the nations, and in 
all their kingdoms, there is none like unto thee. There is none 
like unto thee, Lord. Thou art great, and thy name is 
great in power. Thine is power, and valour, triumphant thy 
hand, and highly exalted is thy right hand ; the day is thine, 
and the night is also thine ; thou hast arranged the light and 
the sun. In whose hands are the depths of the earth : the 
summits of the hills are his also. Who can declare the 
mighty acts of the Lord ? Who proclaim all his praise ? Thine 
Eternal, is the greatness, power, glory, victory, and 
majesty : for all that is in the heavens and in the earth, is 
thine; thine is the kingdom, Lord, and thou art exalted 



: nisa tith wry nban n* 

nub® *?an Y7* i? *|8 B&? if? * ti&h ^V KBOTOTJ 
tfytj TP- H* n ^ 3 l ^ $5*n nj ?^ ' ^TP? nn« 
baaa tiirili iwb *#an nran nm • onw nna 

t -: - •••:• | tt;' t t;-» t- t;-: t • 

nrQj iwain n$t Snjn }$© p$pz nm • b^ dj£> 
Sy_ D % y» *#iri rnatf d* sjija #fftfl nriK • pr# 

♦ nnatrn nnx v^ Kib>a dti rowa btftt nm • msn 
<rbx " • iBhp n wrfcx Tpa naa S\>n»i w ^na 

D*a0 rm • va*aD Sa ^y *ni:n nan D^np moa 
mjyjj ia^> • D^nf? Snpa ^p)^ t|i* 5 ^9 
nrrgp niina vjb n^pj • u$$! itt? rcu •& 
nbftjy; ribKj non ^pa pas fcstjto p# *^ m 

• tfria ^nj dt^ rraa mo pnw H*J! ^#8 * Y?£ 

t : v -: t t t t v v - : t ^t : r * v -: 

^jg tpas$ ^S na^jn • efy$ ifeg Sa nr>) *n b tfsj 
jyjb 1 ? ng>9 5 ^W t)uni ^ n^» ♦ •s|So? s by. npm 
toa nias3 • *p# pttj 1 ? nk>g \\ *$& h% ukjj&j • *p# 
nnSw 5 ^ pttb # ^ Qwrn pun :^j *a ^ 
x mn a^ % 3 wjisi? 



18 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

as Supreme above all. The heavens are thine, the earth also 
is thine ; thou hast founded the earth, and the fulness thereof. 
Thou hast fixed the boundaries of the earth ; summer and 
winter hast thou formed. Thou didst break in pieces the 
heads of crocodiles, and didst give them to be meat to the 
people going into the wilderness. Thou didst cleave the 
fountain and the brook ; thou didst dry up the mighty rivers. 
By thy strength didst thou divide the sea, and didst break 
the heads of the sea monsters in the waters. Thou dost rule 
the proud sea; when the waves thereof arise, thou dost 
still them. The Lord is great, and exalted in praise, in 
the city of our God, and on his holy mount. Eternal, 
God of Hosts, who dwellest between the cherubim, thou 
alone art God. God is greatly reverenced in the assembly . 
of the holy angels, and feared by all that are about him. 
The heavens shall acknowledge thy wonders, Lord, 
thy faithfulness also in the congregation of the holy. 
come let us sing unto the Lord ; let us shout unto the Rock 
of our salvation. We will come into his presence with 
thanksgiving, and joyfully sing hymns to him. Justice and 
judgment are the basis of thy throne; mercy and truth 
precede thy presence. Let us together take sweet counsel, 
and walk in company to the house of God, to whom the sea 
belongeth, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry 
land ; in whose hand is the soul of every living creature, 
and the spirit of all mankind. The soul is thine and the 
body is thy work ; have compassion on thy labour. The 
soul is thine, and the body is thine; Lord, grant our 
request for thy name's sake. We come depending on thy 
name ; Lord, grant our request for the sake of thy name ; 
even for the sake of the glorification of thy name : for the 
merciful and gracious God is thy name. For the sake of 
thy name, Lord, pardon our iniquity, for it is great. 

~\im Reader and Cong, Our God, it is thy custom to be 
long-suffering to the bad and the good; and that is thy 
praise. 

-pSfcb Reader and Cong. Our God, grant our request for 
thine own sake, and not for our's : behold our situation, 
poor, and destitute of good works. 



• T •• t -: t : t 

roao uissk • paoa prj{i U5ef?n K 1 ? *i£k • ■©•^6 

Wfi kS 31b? • u# kS ^ki w*a ,-iinaa 
nr«! t^ : xsari ^x i£ -ran nya ^aq^ <» ra 

■># nna Sjtffia jjn; <jg-q ^133 03 i^ tia p« 
kS "is pa pj5 DJ ' WW3K n/5"7V ufc>3$ tf$| . ti^fQ 

'pan • n^rtn m»# uo *^ -pi, . p W ^ 
uS nb» : iiftga njsia nan • ?rjo^ naa ^O 1 ?! 
up-m i«oS . naannan 3nn oa^o nrn • vgnpa 
nVd • iaoxS Bhn pNi pas u^i • jno t?pa ujxni 
h© *m : Kb»n tfpa t?x pa^> ran. • wj?a jj-j nj^na 
•SB iyninsE>3 jn ptn txti rm • p"ra?j row -1315 
n? tw* : D.b' nS va pnnaai • nin? is-p D'-m Sj» 

• owuio) D^nj ewpin an.t • n^s ^ ^>$ usti 
"^ K3 crn n-iiap jnj • rp& ^ ^ ^ ^, 5 J 
rroa win • pxa iy)pn naio rmg-pri . ^na 

• "n btfp o<;a B^np jnj warn • bfjg* o$nj jv*q 
cry. "imi? -p** ; uyr\ r-KOo oik uanpa #£rj 

• W * ''W 3 ^ hkt £ onp • yna ni>oo 
■p* : d'ji nj^aa -i^j ai urotb • apia nsoaj -^S 

T 



19 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

D3EN Verily, our trespasses are more than can be numbered : 
the troubles of our generations are too abundant to be expressed; 
because we hearkened not to rebuke as rational beings ought 
to do, but did act as the presumptuous fool ; we therefore 
are compassed with plagues. Our God, it is, &c. When 
thou didst speak unto us, saying, Return, we hid our faces ; 
full of guile did we pray unto thee, for with our hearts did 
we not turn unto thee. In prosperity, we sought thee not ; 
when blessed with abundance, we forgot thee ; how then can we 
expect to find thee propitious to us in time of trouble ? Our God, 
grunt, &c. We have not confidence to approach thee ; for we 
are destitute of good actions ; when thou givest reward to the 
righteous, we are ashamed ; we have entirely consumed the 
reward of the righteousness of our ancestors, for neither 
principal nor interest could suffice us. Our God, it is &c. 
The most lovely work of art hath been taken from us ; as also 
those who used to knock at thy gates with confidence ; we are 
become like those who speak haughtily, and have nothing to 
recommend us ; act by us, therefore, according to thy mercy, 
and chase from us the judgment of the devouring sword. 
Our God, grant, &c. We stand here as straw that hath been 
threshed of its corn ; we are as chaff, which no one seeketh to 
gather : verily, the righteous have been taken J romus, as the corn 
is taken aw r ay in its season ; and we are left as the dry stubble 
set on fire. Our God, it is, &c. what shall we say, or how 
shall we justify ourselves? Or, what can we say, to find grace 
with the utterance of our lips ? W T here is the eloquent orator, 
who can speak correctly, so as not to be put to shame, when 
he opens his mouth ? Our God, grant, &c. This is our frail 
nature ; as the fool we have inherited folly : we are 
presumptuous sinners, gluttons, and drunkards ; who can say, 
my heart is pure, for he cometh from seed deposited in the 
grave of the womb, and w 7 alketh in vanity. Our God, it is, 
&c. We were looked upon as a mark and wonder in the 
earth : for we are marked with the covenant, and are 'possessed 
of perfect statutes ; we were accounted the holy seed, children 
of the living God ; but having polluted ourselves, we are called 
the defiled people, by name. Our God, grant, &c. thou who 
art too pure of sight to behold evil, and didst not aforetime see 
perverseness in Israel ; but for the sin of coveting property 
that was not our ow r n, we were slain, both great and small, and 
swallowed up as the fish. Our God, it is, &c. Lord, in our 



: HBfi ttth rvmy nSsn a 

rfoj? nyn nprnn to t • argjin njn* a^ia ^ 
roarin a^ £>n *& Djgj • vrn &g nxi aijjr?: • a*j* 
i?y T ty. stun • sp T 3 nSyS niyns rbyn wds ♦ ygpj 
tra pS *n his # Y^£ P n W **W T^* # *W1 

• n ti ^rta jb^tt • crotn nd? hn n#v ^ ^K 

nVnp ngra • pafcn pfetoi to|» ■ i»a rtrtji ^nub 
ifc>n *?n Dj; mpnv n^ny • »j#ttf? h y^ p d • dw&d 1 ? 
tshtf isiS »^ nnin ^ : ^»» Dnjn:? a*? • ijrt| 
ib$ ♦ rnfeTj. ^^ nni a*n aS toi • rnfcj 

: * D#n nw dp lias asw 
: *np»i Ms *?y 5 man p* 

t|: •- t r 7 t: -;— ' 

: no$ iDri nil b*hj ^ jarq ami ^ jj j; ^ 
anSm : nwt nxtsni y#si jto a W d^x*? ion ix5 

t : - t : I*- - : ?t"i # * 7T I t • t -: t v r 

• aaan q a*n« a 1 ? rta : arbnM a*nKterta a^i*& 

t t • • t T - : t;-: -I-; •• -:- 

• rbo) ma j; nm *n : aj^s '3 aj^a a 1 ? Sra 
: TOP ^ ion nil 

nn^pn • a^ann Vipa nn^pm a^en " wrct 

t • j : - • -: - I : t • | : - : •• t • : t: t • - : - 

^?y_ *pga rfesfl b$ wrnpi fifth nin^p spjrai ao 

n$ nrb$$ w ?fiiw pn$ asi&i ]$aeh : Sxib* 

: iS wan ista W? nnSoi : DMtig rvb'jn cnann 



SO SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

poverty, thou didst graciously bestow charity onus, and didst 
hold us fast by the hand, when our power declined; and 
didst instruct us, saying, This do, and live ; but not obeying, 
we were destroyed in a moment. Our God, grant, &c. 
grant a cure to those who are terrified at the shaking of a 
leaf; have compassion on those who are but dust and ashes ; 
cast away our sins, and have mercy on thy work ; consider 
that there is not a man to intercede for us : act, therefore, 
charitably by us. Our God, it is, &c. 

~fyn b« Omnipotent King, who sittest on the throne of 
mercy, governing with beneficence, pardoning the iniquities 
of his people, by causing them to pass away in due order, 
extending pardon unto sinners, and forgiveness, unto 
transgressors ; acting charitably towards all flesh and spirit, 
not rewarding them according to their wickedness. 
Omnipotent, thou hast taught us to repeatthethirteenattributes 
of thy mercy. Eemember unto us, we beseech thee, this day, 
the covenant of the thirteen, in like manner as thou didst 
once reveal them unto the meek [Moses]; for thus it is 
written in thy law — and the Eternal descended in the 
cloud, and stood with him there, and proclaimed the name 
of the Eternal. 

Toy*! Read. And the Eternal passed by before him 
[Moses], and proclaimed. 

v» *» Cong. The Eternal is immutably the Eternal Being ; 
an Omnipotent God, merciful and gracious, long-suffering 
and abundant in beneficence and truth; keeping mercy 
unto thousands, forgiving iniquity, transgression, and sin, 
and acquitting. Pardon thou our iniquity, and our sin, 
and take us for thy heritage. Forgive us, our Father, 
for we have sinned ; pardon us, our King, for we have 
transgressed; for thou, Lord, art good, and ready to 
pardon, and of abundant mercy unto all those who call on 
thee. 

vi na^sn Lord, give ear to our prayers, and hearken 
to the voice of our supplications. hearken to the voice 
of our prayer, our King, and our God, when we pray unto 
thee. may thine ears be attentive, and thine eyes open, 
unto the prayers of thy servants, even thy people Israel. 
hear from heaven thy dwelling-place, their prayer and their 
supplication ; and maintain their cause. pardon thy 
people who have sinned against thee. 



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piD2 Dnx ntfa manx * : n^D spy ^ribx wS Mtea 
: «p$ t»*3 038! ^3 ny;#in « : ijs 

nxeo ngtopi ^pn bnia njn djjpi jiy 1 ? nj n^p i* 
: now Dtri • nsi njn vma*& run cyb 

wnbpb' run* sp^R np§ yp^i sjjjk *nSg ntsn 
«nj8 wepT* by xb »g • rrSy sp# ktjm n#s v$x\ 
nyw »}riK : mti ft$r\ by ^ -f jab vgurjB Q^gp 
\ibx W& *ran bx nfcw nn^pn *:nx nnbo nhK 
: ^isy by") TTS ** ^3j?3 ^ ' 5 
: vqdii •cfcRj wribx 

psb ' ^xb veto matf s x$ nbp 

?|D5?t nrjQj ba fj 3 
• ^SK -fipW? WJ!1 Dbijp 4 nSp 
^paiia Dpap] xb> n^| ■? 
• *|9iBn? D^jun dhi& bb n xj nbp 

S|$# |ypb • bnp ye>§ 1 
♦ •rjwb yfixfr tiaffi nun ? x? nbp 
■?fptf 3 ronjg x&n iirxtp n 






21 BERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OF ATONEMENT, 

DmD Like as a father hath compassion on his children, 
so have thou compassion on us, Lord. 

TTSMD^n *S Salvation belongeth unto the Eternal. Thy 
blessing be upon thy people. Selah. The Lord of Hosts 
is with us, the God of Jacob is our refuge. Selah. Lord 
of Hosts, happy is the man that trusteth in thee. Save us, 
Eternal, let the King hear us when we call. 

S3 nbD Bead, pardon, I beseech thee, the iniquity of 
this people, according to thy great mercy, and according 
as thou hast always foreborne with this people, from their 
exit from Egypt, even until now (as expresed) : 

-iDS^ Cong, And the Lord said, I have pardoned, according 
to thy word. 

Titon my God, incline thine ear and hear, open thiue 
eyes, and behold our desolations, and the city whereon thy 
name is called ; for it is not on account of our righteousness, 
that we lay our supplications before thee, but depending 
upon thy boundless mercy. Lord, hear ! Lord, pardon ! 
Lord, hearken, and comply! Defer not, for thine own 
sake, my God, for thy city, and thy people are called by 
thy name. 

'Wnbs Our God, and the God of our fathers ! 

S3 nbD pardon now the trespasses and transgressions 
of thy people ; and suffer not thine anger to be kindled 
because of the iniquity of thy children. 

pardon now their abomination, and grant them life 
from thy fountain of life ; pardon the iniquity of those who 
bore the standard [Israel] and have mercy on them, as thou 
hast said. 

pardon them now, as they all confess, and promise to 
forsake their sins, as thou hast noted : and pardon their 
iniquity and transgression for thy name's sake. 

pardon now the presumptuous and ignorant sins of 
those who were created to promulgate the unity of thy name ; 
and cleanse their sin and iniquity with thy liberal rain. 



: tisd dvS tvtv nSsn aa 

j^i? # ^. 'JBh n^sp e>5 1? x? nbp 

: *p8U? ^8) ^5- TH • 

^ • ^aSiy? YTQCff T^O-? *i 9 **? ^ 

fl?!? • ^}fy? H3t53 b$$ d§^ p kj nSp 

jigS • WPt?p iD^y r Viani cgfo jj *u nbp 

fy£? * ^pti aiyn jnnyn pa ^ *o nSp 

: Tarn *nia nayn m 1? 

(Say from SttV "]So Stf to -|»mp SaS page 20.) 

: *ti *?a yW? JW. nS '3 «$ &a#P3 aafi ^ 
: p-nota na\ in? nib wrba 5 t;sS naxa na 

I t - : • •• - ; - •• v: t: | 7 t : 

u#a uvjfo^ : u#jga aeh&l wfrfi&a M#B whSk 

*a r*o ttKton *a uyr : *bg *wa DnnS ttaSatt 

I - : t t ^: -t | v •• •■ t • t : : - : • ; 

: rnx nj£ ^ T9£ bnjii ^ wjga may; 

(Say from SK oma to "py Sy page 21.) 

• fm »j • pi^ ija p ua ♦ pio n$j ♦ ja Djp k 
*n ^ ♦ ingp Saa djj f h^p Viy | : ^nSp ♦ yjgi 



22 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

pardon now the foolishness that cleaves to the wicked 
of thy people ; and may the iniquity of the beloved people 
be sought for, and none be found, as thou hast said. 

pardon now the deceit of those who kneel down and 
prostrate themselves before thee; and forgive the iniquity 
of those who received thy law, according to thy good 
promise. 

pardon now the disobedience of those who hope in 
thee, and proclaim thy unity in thy world; blot out the 
iniquity of those who are scattered, and rebuild thy temple. 

pardon now their perverseness, and shield them in 
thy pavilion of peace; conceal the iniquity of thy servants, 
and hide it in thy secret place. 

pardon them now, lest they should be punished from 
thine heavenly abode ; forget the iniquity of thy sheep, 
for that is thy praise and exaltation. 

pardon now their shame, and compassionate them 
from thy exalted residence ; bear with the iniquity of 
those who love thee, and rescue them from pain and 

affliction. 

pardon now the infamy of the errors and abominations 
of those who love thee; and pass by the iniquity of thy 
perfect people, according to thine abundant mercy. 

Sinn bs enter not into judgment with us ; for no living 
creature can be justified in thy presence, What shall we 
say in thy presence, Eternal, our God, what shall we 
declare? Or how shall we justify ourselves? Our God, we 
are ashamed because of our works ; and we are confounded 
because of our iniquities. Our God, we are so ashamed 
and confounded as not to be able to lift up our faces unto 
thee, We know we have sinned, and there is none to 
intercede for us ; but we hope thy great name will intercede 
for us in time of trouble. 

^nbs Our God, and the God of our fathers ! 

p D3EN It is certainly so, that the evil imagination, is 
predominant within us ; we therefore depend on thee to 
justify us, thou who aboundest in charity : answer us, 
/ have pardoned. abhor the tale-bearer [Satan], and 
abominate his tale; and let me hear, beloved God, thy 



riiiM dvS nony n^sn a 

np) • tuftjj d n : *nnSp • nil Sip \w ? Sip} axitf 

• i&$ jyp 1 ? • iS jy&yp 1 ? • jj #p i * iBij$ * nmp 

• nnsn mid n ♦ njghe*? ♦ nns: Da * nnjx no j : *nnSp 
hbp* Snp * rfepl ii id : s r\rbo • rwyea ' 'TSfPi Sipi 

. ;- T . ;• "T -J "I;- T ... - ; 

max • rbr\$ ^ ^ • qfoj> • Btepfl Swp * Bharjjsi a*3 

♦ nn? ^33 * ysn cay * y&?>£ nn p ? *nnSp 15^7 ♦ n^a 
no p : 'fffib • i^H^ls^j • ^nin p • ^pn ain 3 

♦ r\fe% t\wh # WJ p S£ ■ n^in ; yfcfc ni) ♦ *#rn 
jn v # tf pn 1 ? p Jl dp? p^yj? '3 9 : wSp • rrc§ni 

• yp# ^1 p f wbp • Dtnn ■$? ": ngop Djf) * npn 

♦ *jygT!\ • ryi nyw .♦ on 2* i • *3*y. ypn pisni 
nnp n • npx : 33 ? Tip aj$| ♦ tid y»& # : ^nrtSp 

s wSp • npxn) • y^u dj£> ♦ y#§ 

(Say from 3»V -jSo Sk to "J^i 3 SsS page 20.) 
(The Ark is opened.) 

inwisfl • atrjO wnna • *rcvn T3 ♦ npm3 njn o 

♦ roan nn?S • -urn npn ^t? $j^jj| p • -wjpd 

♦ nnpzpn t? * pao njn o ™ • : ^ |5P Wl 
n;np ■spo anjg p • ntoa mirjsi * win irvnrjsi 

H3H O nin p ♦ "jtfjp jsn Stf) p3)"l T\^h ' nnifctfl 

• Bry& VW^fl ' ^i^ 1 ? p3T in^i? * Khnri no • g^| 
)§n S«) tD?n nn? 1 ? * KjN] '35? *^?1ft ^| ^i^ 13 

• tnix ini^n? • n*?&n n!5 • n:ri3 njn o »» « : nv: 1 ? 



.£3 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

yoice proclaim, / have 'pardoned. silence the accuser, 
[Satan], and suffer the advocate to take his place; and be 
thou, Eternal, his support, and in consequence of his 
pleading, declare, I have pardoned. may the merit of the 
Oriental patriarch [Abraham] bloom forth to the lily 
[Israel]. remove our sins, and let thy mighty voice be 
heard from thy dwelling, proclaiming, / have pardoned. 
thou who art good, and ready to forgive, pardon and forgive 
our trespasses ; be attentive to our prayer, Lord, and 
answer us from heaven, / have pardoned, bind up my 
wound, and hide mine iniquity in the deep ; for it is thy 
glory to pronounce the words, / have pardoned. blot out 
the transgressions, and the evil deeds of the children of thy 
covenant ; exercise thy kindness towards us, for that is thy 
glory ; and say to the remnant [Israel], / have pardoned. 
hearken to my prayer, and accept my supplication ; pardon 
mine iniquity, do it for thine own sake ; and say, 1 have 
pardoned. regard our contrition, and in lieu of it pardon 
our iniquity : put away our sin, and proclaim the good 
tidings to those who hope in thee, by saying, I have pardoned. 
hear my voice, and behold the tears which flow from mine 
eyes : plead my cause, have regard to my words, and 
answer me, / have pardoned. hasten to purify us, and 
cause our transgressions to vanish as a cloud : blot out 
the transgressions of the people, that hath been saved 
(Israel) and say, I have pardoned. 

lEirD mn *0 Bead. behold, as the clay is in the hand 
of the potter, who when he pleases, extends it, and when 
he pleases circumscribes it, thus are we in thy hand, most 
gracious Preserver ; look, therefore, to the covenant, and 
regard not the accuser (Satan). {Cong, repeats, behold, 
&c.) behold, as the stone is in the hand of the mason, 
who at his pleasure retains it, or breaks it in pieces, thus are 
we also in thy hand, thou who killest and restorest to life 
again ; look, therefore, to the covenant, and regard not the 
accuser. (0 behold, &c.) behold, as the iron is in the 
hand of the smith, who when he pleases puts it in the fire, and 
when he pleases takes it out, thus are we in thy hand, 
Supporter of the poor and the needy; look, therefore, to 
the covenant, and regard not the accuser. ( behold, &c.) 
behold, as the rudder is in the hand of the pilot, who at 



n*T3& • n^Di ni& Sx yyz «n»$ |3 • r&# UWJW 

• Bran ts • rraoja n-n ^ »■" * : ^ }§B ^1 tela 
iwa Tra urux p • uiaa »nh$fi * uin wins 
n-n ^ »a * : n$f? jsig Skj ftnn nn?S • aai^j |tij 

♦ Bj3jffl tnjtftfl • n#£ nirja * Dpinn t_3 * njn^ 
jag Sxi tDsn nn?S • Djjoi xap bx *ppa »r#8 p 

ran Q : ^ jsn bx] toan jvrc!? 

(Say from ar* -|S° Sk to ymp ^aS page 20.) 
(The Ark is closed.) 

nam Sk :nsn nSiya *a TiDm j «rom *o 

T : • t •• t »- • • i v t -: - t: (•/-:- : 

♦ nx$ aftn ^ *|W ^^1P: *®S »j»tti niafet «^ 

* "113? : is roatf ro ire ti irnbfij m# rfctel cnp 

t: : t : - t | - | •; t -; - v •• t : - t v| v 

•jjb 5 twj : nvj 1 ? n;#ri Sx p*S nnnx D^tfn) r\zn 
: na niD % n ny ry rg cn&ixn buttons dv nx fang 
"tDj : ijfiB xn *5 njjr/? njfc ^ jVi B#1fc cipn nnx 
•=|a DnS ny : 3^ ng\s ^l?a ^3^ j*J*f? tsfff^f 
hy\ • 1335*73 *5?ni D30 nx nrjx dti^n nai&i 
s D^iyS &roi DDintS tnx *hbic x'x nasi pan 

t ^ : "5 Tj v -: : * : I •• v • : - t v -; - J v t t 

*#j) Sx |$n bx npg^ phgf? fctft}*^? VTWjk ^ 

u*Sy ntrn X3 Sx : mxfcn Sxi iy^n Sxt nn cyn 

r ^T V T T - T - v : ^ : • v - *T T 

: uxton n^xi «Sxi3 n^« nxtsn 



24 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

his pleasure takes hold of it, or lets it go, thus are we in thy 
hand, God, who art good, and ready to pardon; look, 
therefore, to the covenant, and regard not the accuser, (0 
behold, &c.) behold, as the glass is in the hand of the 
maker, who when he pleases forms it, and when he pleases 
dissolves it, thus are we in thy hand, thou who causest 
presumptuous and ignorant sins to pass by ; look, therefore, 
to the covenant, and regard not the accuser. (O behold, &c.) 

behold, as the hanging is in the hand of the embroiderer, 
who at his pleasure works it straight or crooked, thus are we 
in thy hand, thou who art a jealous and avenging God; 
look, therefore, to the covenant, and regard not the accuser. 
( O behold, &c.) behold, as the silver is in the hand of the 
refiner, who at his pleasure adulterates it, or refines it, thus 
are we in thy hand, thou who preparest a cure for our 
wound ; look, therefore, to the covenant, and regard not the 
accuser. (O behold, &c.) 

"pttm "Of Lord, remember thy mercy and benevolence ; 
for they are everlasting. remember not our former 
iniquities, but hasten and prepare thy mercy, for we are 
brought exceeding low. Remember us, Lord, with thy 
wonted favour to thy people, and visit us with thy 
salvation. remember thy congregation, which thou didst 
purchase of old, the tribe which thou didst redeem for thine 
heritage, even Mount Zion, whereon thou didst dwell. 
Lord, remember the love of Jerusalem, and forget not for 
ever the affection of Zion. Remember, Lord, the 
children of Edom, in the day of Jerusalem, who said, to 
each other, Rase it, rase it, unto its foundation. Thou wilt 
arise, and have mercy on Zion ; for there is a time to favour 
her when the appointed time shall come. Remember 
Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, thy servants, to whom thou didst 
swear by thyself, and didst say unto them, I will multiply 
your seed as the stars of heaven ; and all this land of which 

1 have spoken, will I give unto your seed, and they shall 
inherit it for ever. Remember thy servants Abraham, Isaac, 
and Jacob, and regard not the stubbornness of this people, 
nor their wickedness, nor their sin. impute not sin 
unto us, in that we have acted foolishly, and in that we 
have sinned. 

VOL. II. 4 



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5 5ns '38 W? $ ' jn&i urnpn nnx jg • snu 

♦ njisj *>3 |*a a pern • nixn fc^ 1 ? *j8#3 anaa 
nu ■ nil n&atai &a#n »3 • njjjn h4? ^m p 

Tjni tin wn : arm onsa dv ^ • w©3fi ovn esra 

"■" ";-; - t:t 

♦ Bfcra *§3 paz^n jn • #33* pjp s Dm; atfj ♦ pf?\ 
'3 ♦ rrp hs ib#h\ wzm «» : E>:prn n^p! win *3 
nrp *3 • mv rcsfc i&jn ?n ■ ^ nKb>£ td % 
ia^a w nb? • d?h# m$\ ttarq vn : v?j leto 

u*i : D^PI Tlpe ^g *2 • D?IW T^ 25] p ' D^n 

♦ 1^033 Dna tfpjj nib • ^p» DgS jin 1951 tr»n 
^d j *jV& rnw Sb 9 • ^us>n3 vn& ^ rrgfri jn 
jn • ngraj nrvSo papran nyri ' nesiin^ 11 ^?a 

nfi^ uwn : ^y n : TH DVl *3 * T3D3 TttfeO Dinfc 

V"- T T .. -. - 

p • Wv>8 |ffQ3 bvr& rmjj * W"hp? ?£3 nyr. 
♦0173 : to^s n*)g nm ^ • »ni^n pp3 r#T nw« 
n35 jrj • roB njnri rjab a^Bft • ra^S px tow 



25 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE BAY OF ATONEMENT. 

ir-n!* I3«tan We have sinned against thee, our Kock ; 
forgive us, our Creator. 

romM iniM I will seek thee, and unto thee will I confess ; 
thou art great in Judah, and known in Israel ; Lo, thou 
that searched us, and knowest that I confess my transgressions ; 
I verily know that we are guilty ; but because of thy abundant 
mercy we are not cast off. Lo, we spread forth our hands 
unto him, for we trust in his holy name. We have sinned, <fec. 
We trust' in thy name, for that is the desire of our soul, and 
humbly seek thy protection. Lo, in thy strength is the hope 
of the poor, for those who humble themselves dost thou exalt. 
The proud* and haughty exalt themselves over me; they 
cease not to satiate their anger; lo, we are impoverished by 
means of the oppressor, who destroyed the poor before he gave 
over. We have sinned, Ac. The poor are afraid and terrified, 
because of thy judgment ; they come as one who confesses 
and forsakes his sins, that God may have mercy on him. 
behold, and pardon their disgrace this day, for it is the day 
of atonement. Thou who art clothed with honour and glory, 
compassionate us, and suppress our iniquity : lo, as sweet, to 
my taste as honey, is the expression he [God] woundeth, he 
also healeth. We have sinned, &c. He will heal our wound, 
thanks to his holy name; he will remove the weight of our 
burden ■ lo, his people make confession before him, of 
their presumptuous sins ; for they have committed many 
sins, both presumptuously and ignorantly ; pardon them 
now, according to their request; grant them life, for with 
thee is the fountain of life. We have sinned, &c. Graciously 
bestow life and favour on the people who extol thee; 
annihilate the perverseness of their heart, sprinkle them with 
purifying water, and with reviving dew. may thy 
lambs (Israel) be purified with thy dew : and at this time 
grant them pardon and redemption. cleanse them, as is 
said in the book, For on this day shall he make an atonement. 
We have sinned, &c. may my prayer be accepted, and 
effect my pardon, as when I could offer sacrifices, even as 
when the altar was in the exalted and strong place (the 
temple). Lo, thou knowest the construction of my joints, tor 
thou hast formed my reins; I will prepare my reins and 
inward parts to serve him. may the supplication ot ins 
servant be sweet in his presence \ for, behold, he honoureth 
those who honour him ; for his name alone is exalted, we 



: im uah miy nSsn « 

S?innn^ iS t^ ww" : ra^> id# a$o >3 ♦ rip? nag* 
pW? ai& vb p • fifi^? jjbI£ vk ] % # *♦ Bhig ^| 

qpppj V^8S© BH380 : 013$? J-nbtf HST *3 * Efi^ 

wra> ^rra p • mat?** ntrxa SsyaK 13 * ^iaw 
n???3 tfsj ^nj wimn : *$qq) q*f nnx '3 • wet*! 
■nask n^3 p # dehkh nnp? dvh nnwn • nwrb 

♦ h© 1 ^ S^n 1 ? nrrSp dp : de> oSiy nn? >$ * c^n 

# 'T&sp 1 ? i^3 n#p p ♦ n^n 'najs rnfa na^* 

• 1^6TJ3 "IPO nTO : HEJ? wran : H£>y ^fi yr '3 

m T 3]« '3 • ifen ara;_ yby T p • ^9 ^*& "ijSin >3 
» ruff, nvn • nnyj 1 ? *p££ Siy? ^9 : ^V§ Dijaft 
u-iraa n 1 ? *a * cmanna yih vfahi P * b^k 

D^» «DK* • IBTTp* WlP* nW DTPS ■"man ♦ Dltt 

• - : J: •• t : • t t 

*3 * ItfTjgtf? njrrc ngf p • ^&p?m Dtynfe 

• Danpn 1 ? vkhj? dwj? rahjj : i&snp pp£& tpptfn 
*3 • Dan.!? wri! top p • D|np3 inya# Tin a^n 1 ? 
Wf ♦ Di^ab em&ife>i arj Dan ^n • Din an* * 
*3 • obyh ^np ^n:*n p • diSxS Dnwap n§> 
ttran • rrm mm 1 ? rvt£b> diS^ s di 1 ?^ #**& nnriK 

"»•■.*; t t : - • : - : ; t t •; •-:- 

p**9 *3 * nniKa &*IB ^fitf p * mpi? nh^3 pa 
ran ♦ WM tj&m *y&# mm www ♦ mm avn 

T T - • J I V t v; V * ; T T T " •* 

mm Sx •$ # ^&nS nsa* dvh p ■ wj& r\^pn nrw 

....... •• - ; I •• t ^-: t J t -: t t » 

p • rmm m* mb yn<) 1 r\yr\b n^Sy vbrw * : ; 

I •• t : I - • t : t -: - : : '- ••-;-: t: t; 

: njj^g Djp Sa 1 ? ^a • rryre^ jnj vyg 



26 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

have sinned, &c. Unto him alone, all mankind ought to 
supplicate ; for will he not strictly consider the iniquity of 
man ? Lo, it is not fit for the most righteous God to punish ; 
for he is greatly above man. I am only afraid and terrified at 
the works of man, lest I stumble as I have trespassed. Lo, I 
am still, and waiter the Lord, for that is my hope ; for after 
I repented, I found consolation. We have sinned, &c. I find 
consolation after I have afflicted my soul ; I will this day make 
confession of both public and private sins ; for lo, this day hath 
ever been ordained for a day of atonement, appointed by an 
everlasting covenant ; he hath appointed iifor a day of pardon, 
profitable to instruct me that true repentance atones for sin, as 
the daily sacrifices. Lo, he hath thus marked repentance, that 
I might again abide under his shadow, for he knoweth thefrailty 
of my nature. We have sinned, &c. Thou wilt shew mercy unto 
me, when thou shaltworkwonderously,insearchingforthesheep 
and lambs (Israel). Lo, thy host (Israel) trust in thee ; for they 
remember thy wonders of old. work thy wonders to preserve 
those who fear thee, that the fear of the Lord may be their only 
treasure. let our enemies, who judge us, know and Proclaim, 
that their rock is not like our Rock. We have sinned, &c. The 
heathens will proclaim, it is Israel's Rock, and Sanctifier, when 
he shall be sanctified in their sight : behold, he will cause 
righteousness to spring forth to those who sanctify him ; he will 
look down from his holy habitation; hewillerecthisholy temple, 
that they may offer the holy, sacrifices, andthe glory of his divine 
presence will reside in the midst of them. Lo, when he shall rise 
to judge the earth, those who contended with them will tremble, 
for the Eternal will plead their cause. We have sinned, &c. plead 
their cause, and close the mouths of their adversaries : strike 
their accuser dumb. Lo, those w horn thou hast calledthy beloved 
(Israel) will sing praise unto thee, for their end will be peace ; 
ordain peace to shine on us, with splendour ; and regard our 
meditation, as a pure meat-offering. suffer thy divinepresence 
to illuminate us, for from Zion, will thelawbe extended. Wehave 
sinned, &c. Thy faithful people heard the law on Mount Sinai ; 
they willingly accepted, preserved, and attentively considered it. 
Lo this day will he pardon his faithful ones, for the Omnipotent 
is a merciful God. The Eternal will guide us until death, 
and will remove from us wrath and affliction. Lo, he will 
estimate our presumptuous sins, as done in ignorance; 
as is said, For all the people did it ignorantly. 



... T - . .. T T 

wia nx won • maat iBtea ninx nro bb -o 

• ; v : - t ; t ; - t v -; - t ■ : t : 

cptok «jrj? na pjsi • pro; vvi? nx cjsi njDg? 
•nBtaa D^iBfon nha af? tot : n3:K paro ■ i3tx 

v -; - • • : t : : v I v t t ; : t 

cm** TiKirin im wwin ma cnS won • max 

t ... v -: • • • : v t • ; - t ; t : - t 

p«3 onvra nrii D2» 5]xi • tti^snp n&s ^ nb>g 
wn3 nan 4 ? Drib 1 ? d»j=^) nS] D*m& *6 ■ Dnryfc 
hm BWitfr. bxi wSy cm : Dnvfra * '» »a • cm 

t : ■• • . - - : •• ^t •• - v •• v: t: • -; • t • 

v btfi • anas? riM top nx nso^ mr-iab mnb 

t: i tv t : 1 ;• : v t ; ■ : t -: - : •• t : 

5 n« tti\x)> • ^ri] :d? n$ • ^iV n$ spjfoc 
n^n : y.!H |Bfib ^§3 b$3J spjjf? b?3 # f^*? 
^op rw Yob« w aeh • an# stm tt*WT3] wpo? 

rhfjs jsjrji) n?n?vBs • nin^tf na| atr?3 pp. • ?"W 

I V •■: v t • •.;)-• rv t ; " t |t - ; 

nna : ^53 ^ yj}^ ^33 ««?7jn *3 ■ iroytfi 
fR#9 nnb mi >3ix *j5k • prptt ^83 ^3S8& ^W? 
p{£) n^3 WJB?? nriQ : I'm N il ? ^J^NBEn ,% 3fifib 

nni^ * sp r»0o {^31 sj^g ny:i ^n^na • nn5x i^J3 
pim • TW31 3^3 ^\vtjn ;3Sn s ^nSx? ^3 *^ 



27 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THL DAT OP ATONEMENT, 

irris l3Ston We have sinned against thee, our Rock : 
forgive us, our Creator. 

iT"Q *ob TDT remember unto us the covenant with our 
ancestors, as thou hast promised, And I will remember my 
covenant with Jacob, and also my covenant with Isaac, and 
also my covenant with Abraham will I remember, and the 
land will I also remember, remember unto us the 
covenant with the patriarchs, as thou hast promised, I will, 
for their sakes, remember the covenant with their ancestors 
when I brought them forth out of the land of Egypt, in the 
sight of the nations, that I might be their God ; I am the 
Eternal. Act by us, as thou hast assured us : And yet for 
all that, when they be in the land of their enemies, I will 
not reject them, neither will I abhor them, to destroy them 
utterly, and to break my covenant with them ; for I am the 
Eternal, their God. Have mercy on us, and destroy us not ; 
as it is written, For the Lord, thy God, is a merciful God, he 
will not fail thee, nor will he destroy thee ; neither will he 
forget the covenant with thine ancestors, which he sware 
unto them. circumcise our hearts to love and revere thy 
name ; as it is written, The Eternal, thy God, will circumcise 
thine heart, and the hearts of thy seed, that thou mayest 
love the Eternal, thy God, with all thine heart, and with all 
thy soul, for thy preservation's sake. bring us back out 
of captivity, and compassionate us : as it is written, the 
Eternal, thy God, will bring thee back out of captivity, and 
gather thee from all the nations whither the Eternal, thy 
God, hath scattered thee. gather our dispersed ; as it is 
written, if any of thine be driven out unto the remotest 
climes under the heaven, from thence will the Eternal, thy 
God, gather thee, and from thence will he fetch thee. 
be thou found of us, when we seek thee ; as is written, but 
if from thence thou shalt seek the Eternal, thy God, then 
shalt thou find him, if thou seek him with all thy heart, and 
with all thy soul. blot out our transgressions for thine 
own sake, as thou hast promised, I, even I, am he, who 
blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake ; and thy 
eins I will not remember. cause our transgressions to 
vanish as a cloud, and as a vapour ; as thou hast promised, 
I have made thy transgressions vanish away like a cloud, 
and thy sins like a vapour: return unto me for I have 
redeemed thee. cause our sins to becomewhite as snow 



: IMS dv 1 ? n % any nban hd 

m#3 mwdh wr dx 2 t&k 1 nnMi xj «V • ^natf 
w^bft pnj : wjj rai pSw3 ffing! ps * && ^i 

•- ?••-: •J:~t: tv t: *•-:-: • ; • ~ 

: anstf hm wifibi • ntn dps wx&n 193 : csnx 

tv t : ••-;-: v - - •• t -: •• - v ; ? 

♦ Dyrjx&n b|& b;jra in^p • cq^ 133? njn era ^ 
n*M ^nfifcn wnp in bx wxsn : m&n * ^S 

♦ -tchp in Sx qwkwi • aratf rnba • •m-fean 

• :J t - v • • -: - tv t : J v t • : 

hy mrb cn*nnn nr\ s fby • ^an n*na DW&fen 
ybw : q^ggj S3 1 ? 8^. n^an n*3 W3 *3 * T©p? 
py&i tft£na bsp • w£ty ortt! Din • a£^j ;? ^ip 
: Dips ov tnn • nmBtti t^x j watfh s wr&tti nx 

vj v : "i ~ - t t ; | v •• t: .. . _. «. T . . 

♦ wa n?x pW? wr : &nn ny? • ;? nyw*n u*i$i 

■• • : - - •• -: : •* t: J v t : • • I : v : 

tyh vgfafii % : jifift npn Sx ^n : p T nvfl • sj^j 

♦ wrbx \) m#n Sx : 135533 bx ana niS:?3 * rtij» 
wxyifr i*rfl • niiiBJ? nix vngg nb>s? : : wb prnn h$\ 

♦ uSrnn * ^ *3 : UWWI ttfifjsg » nnx ^3 # lata!] 

: WB&B tf&S n ?^ nj ?* 

♦ ttg>tpn bxi i «OB83 bx • *ftjDg \nVf wribx 

♦ ^rnin 1 ? oaqp : unx ^nn? nan ^1 : u&^n Sxi 

♦ ^ nx nxn:S «aS ton * ^yjj unm • ^IjfO ingfe 1 
aii?5i n&x^i y^ 2«^| ■ ^n^nxV aiA nx Siai 
n§3W ift) n 1 ??^ binan binia ^5^ JJ83^ • d!?^ 



28 fiBRYICB POR THB aVB OP THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

and wool; as it is written, Come now, and let us reason together, 
saith the Eternal; Though your sins be as scarlet, they 
shall be as white as snow ; though they be as red as crimson, 
they shall be like wool. sprinkle clean water upon us, 
and cleanse us ; as it is written, Then will I sprinkle clean 
water upon you, and ye shall be cleansed from all your 
uncleanness, and from all your nlthiness will I cleanse you. 
pardon our sins on this day, and cleanse us ; as it is written, 
for on this day an atonement is made for you, to cleanse you ; 
that ye may be clean from all your sins before the Eternal ! 
bring us unto thy holy mountain, and cause us to rejoice 
in thy house of prayer ; as it is written, And I will bring them 
unto my holy mountain, and I will make them rejoice in my 
house of prayer : their burnt-offerings and their sacrifices shall 
be accepted on mine altar ; for my house shall be called, The 
House of Prayer for all people. ( Reader \) Hear our voice, 
Eternal, our God, spare and compassionate us, and accept 
our prayers with favour and mercy. Bring us back, 
Eternal, unto thee, and we will return, : renew our days as 
of old. Give ear unto our words; Eternal, consider 
our meditations. May the words of our mouth, and the 
meditations of our heart, be acceptable in thy presence, 
Eternal, who art our Eock and our Kedeemer.. cast 
us not out from thy presence ; nor take thy holy spirit from 
us. cast us not off in old age ; forsake us not when our 
Btrength faileth. Forsake us not, Eternal, our God, and be 
not far from us. perform a prodigy for our welfare ; that 
our enemies may see, and be ashamed, when thou, Eternal, 
dost help and comfort us : for unto thee alone, Eternal, we 
attend ; answer us, Lord, our God. 

irnbtf Our God, and the God of our fathers, forsake us 
not; cast us not off; put us not to shame; nor break thy 
covenant with us. Draw us nigh unto thy law ; teach us thy 
precepts, and shew us thy ways. Incline our hearts to revere 
thy name, and circumcise our hearts to love thee, that we 
may return unto thee in truth, and with a perfect heart ; and 
for the sake of thy great name, pardon and forgive our 



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hbjki *yhnp s m * wjrw! nnso : spnajr tig : b*3k 
hufikj ^rot ag • a^-ja nnx) $fecQ tig : tt'j&O 
: tfjfF nnxi sp^jga tig ♦ tiipti WRS1 ^3 >-»? * *%Ti 
: ti*cfos ; nnxi •nrfeiD uk • «m nritfi ^ivjn mt 

** *• : t: t - ; i v t •-. ; -: •• t - : | : t r -:~ 

•sp$ r\m\ *pp *g^ tig * |titn wn nnxi t£)p *jb tig 

Vjp we; tia • own xS& nnw to \xS& ti« * b*bk 

j &X nS sppti# Nri n W "W 

♦ *3p}nj59 t^Bije bgj • uokwj f ||b N ^? $*J 
atft^ 5 ^xt ^ >tfj?j ^ &$ *jr a« jw 

: tiK&n tirox 

t t ; — : 

♦ qjKhtt ♦ ti*$n • *?n a^ • ti^t| • ti-m * ti&ete 

♦ ojfb ' «3J5 ' D *WSC ' ^ *£§& * ttpari • sorxt 
ti*pj? # «T« • tiSftff) • tinjfc ♦ tiT*? • ^¥83 • ttllfc 
tirjp : qj$J8g • ti^Bfi • ti3j£i # **JB0 * ^5$H * T^ 

: tiyehn tinaq rvcyy naa *s • wSy Kan ^ Sa 



29 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

.iniquities, according to the words of thy holy (David); 
Pardon mine iniquity, Eternal, for the sake of thy name 
for it is infinitely great. 

WVDN >7ibm l^nbN Our God, and the God of. out 
ancestors, pardon us, forgive us, and grant us expiation ; for 
we are thy people, and thou our God ; we thy children, and 
thou our Father ; we thy servants, and thou our Lord ; we 
thy congregation, and thou our portion ; we thy heritage, 
and thou our lot ; we thy sheep, and thou our pastor ; we 
thy vineyard, and thou our keeper ; we thy work, and thou 
our Creator ; we thy beloved, and thou our beloved ; we thy 
peculiar people, and thou the Lord our God! we thy subjects, 
and thou our King ! we are thy exalted people, and thou our 
exalted God / we are brazen-faced, but thou art merciful and 
gracious ; we are stiff-necked, but thou art long-suffering ; 
we are full of iniquity, but thou art full of mercy ; we decay, 
our days are as a passing shadow : but thou art immutable* 
thy years have no end. 

IsribDn ~p2Qb S^n N2N may our prayers come before 
thee, and withdraw not thyself from our supplications, for we 
are not so shameless of face, or hardened, as to declare in thy 
presence, Eternal, our God and the God of our fathers, that 
we are righteous, and have not sinned ; verily, (we confess) 
we have sinned. 

13D27N We have trespassed, we have dealt treacherously, we 
have stolen, we have spoken slander, we have committed iniquity, 
and have done wickedly;* we have acted presumptuously ; .we 
have committed violence ; we have framed falsehood; We 
have counselled evil ; we have uttered lies ; we have scorned ; 
we have rebelled ; we have blasphemed ; we have revolted ; 
we have acted perversely ; we have transgressed ; we hayo 
oppressed ; we have been stiff-necked ; we have acted wickedly 
we have corrupted ; we have done abominably ; we-ha^e gone 
astray, and have caused others to err ; we have turned aside 
from thy excellent precepts and institutions, and which hath 
not profited us ; but thou art just concerning all that is. come 
upon us; for thou hast dealt most truly, but we have done 
wickedly. We have acted wickedly, and have transgressed ; 
we, therefore, have not been relieved, incline our hearts 
to forsake the path of wickedness, and hasten our salvation ; 
as it is written by the hand of thy prophet. Let the wicked 



t Tim tn*? nwp nSsn *? 

: rnSpS nan: *| w$g 
era tf g t ft^ Sn;tt nSp ■ wjiag ••ifoQ ! fl^g 
tirfcana vb nnyni • nn mean (ovai nn natfn «m^j 
m t|iaj • ^37. in*} ttQttoQ) tt*j#a 'ra^n nna 

#J3J # f !?** 3*^ ^R M?*1 : ^? ^?8©?r6 BTE 
r*n^ nanaS uaaS nx Si#i ■ sNas iiatf 1 ? wnvSa 
n*o **$$? nx yrihx * ^ ^rnm? ainaa • *ja# nx 
*?5» ?j3aS Sa$ * ^?g 5 nx narixS • ^ aaS 

♦ jirri • Tag nm t\w#tr\ rmifa : f £i jyoS *|#m 
: d^iyi Dttbj en mefe • Dnmini • wbsn • Diixni 

»* • • : •• | v T ; •t; ,_ ; • ;- " t ;. 

♦ wp\ no • ttj?i5 no • tigisn n& • tt^n no • 6m np 
weft* 2 T3&S 'lDfiia nw • amaa na • wja no 

v: t; J v t : - - •■ t ; - • 

*#&) • spjffe p«| Dniasn Sa xSri • moms l ^i 

♦ Saba *Saa troias • jna *Saa D*Mrn * vn xSa dbti 

Trow • t^S San urn m • vim enwa an *a 
j ... T . ... ... ... ~. ... ... ..... 

: San San *a • pk n&nan p Dnxn 

VT - J • T T ** 8 ~ I * TTT 

pitf sp#k n 5D3 TO * dti& a#v spJlk *©& no 

: jnv nag nfagri) ninnwn Sa xSn • D % pn0 
d?) niS;i? ^ dsk • aS riia&afl pa& n^x w* 
jfifl Sk SfflSh? ■ Qa ^rytfisS anana i&|j r nnnpj 
ffinn.3 n&j # Hfen xn;a nj brc} tt^i t ^"?S$?03 ^ 
jn ♦ n^xi nsijj Sid nnon Sx pj • nipn n^v : ^^ 



30 SERVICE FOR THE E1B OF THE DAY OF ATONBMBHT, 

forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts ; and 
let him return unto the Lord, for he will receive him with 
compassion ; and unto our God, for he aboundeth in 
forgiveness. 

irnbw Our God and the God of our fathers, pardon and 
forgive our iniquities, (on the sab bat k, say, on this day of 
rest, and) on this day of atonement. be thou entreated of 
us, blot out and remove our transgressions and sins from before 
thine eyes; and humble our imagination, that it may be 
subservient unto thee ; and subdue our obstinacy, to turn unto 
thee ; and renovate our mind to observe thy precepts ; and 
circumcise our hearts in love to revere thy name ; as it is 
written in thy law, and the Eternal, thy God ! will circumcise 
thy heart and the heart of thy seed, to love the Eternal, thy 
God ! with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, that thou 
mayest live. Thou art acquainted both with our presumptuous 
and ignorant sins ; those committed either voluntarily, or by 
compulsion ; whether publicly, or in secret ; before thee they 
are all known and revealed. What are we ? What is our 
life ? What is our piety ? What is our virtue ? What is our 
help ? What is our power ? What is our might ? What then 
shall we say in thy presence, Lord, our God ! and the God 
of our fathers ? Are not the mightiest heroes as nought before 
thee ; men of renown as if they had not existed 1 wise men, 
as if they were without knowledge ? and the intelligent, as if 
void of understanding ? for the majority of their actions is 
emptiness; and the days of their life but vanity in thy 
presence : even the pre-eminence of man over the beast, is 
nought, for all is vanity. 

"pitt nriN Thou art fully acquainted with the most secret 
thoughts, of the heart ; only thou knowest both the revealed 
and secret things : we are now come to entreat thee with words. 
regard not our wickedness, nor our evil deeds : we approach 
thee this day, as one that is afraid and terrified. thou who 
art clothed with majesty, according to thy mercy, act mercifully 
by us, for thine own sake ; and extend not the rigour of justice 
against those who are but dust and ashes ; consider that 



xSn * eeo dbg|j nm dxpi » nySirv! n^n ttnnns 

♦ |np rigrij^ nb msrnn f^i ♦ nw# pw ^b ?h?k 
«bl run uS ^33 pit • pri nja ngg wr\w *ni 

wisp ■ fi^b nfnsi ^5ip3 pap ♦ w^jWS ^' 1** 

rvsS • Dnnpi T1K3 ^ *&| bz ; itj^ ^ T^9 

• «x|ri dh^ riM ^ab ♦ wntfi y?nx nnin p. 
b&V T n^n -3 tt^fesjj • snn\ ^nnpri ^aj^r ?«& 
^ njrn x? • etej ^ ^3 '5 ^tfl$B : t»} * Qtfj 
mio • pjn) rnri r»§*$? nb*j?p • #§j ^? *|j^g 
•ub iM aiba wy#3 bs by # y)^/yyb O'ba 
*?jb fcWin to 1 ^ * age cafrg) by; tib y?r by 
JSS hi to • jiy^p ^3 xtpna m$ ♦ nb npm 
I s n S3 cy n^3 my. ng>y : nfrrc • TOn Bh»a 

* mxnp an^jj 3* bat myip • yr4 ; 3 u>Tjj ^3.3 «?jj? 
earn aicQ* yarn •nfne^v^b)5i |§ri bs uy&h 



uhsjjje ptjse u'fcSte? • yg?| by "137 abiya ^ jm 
• ytfa *3# cyb y^a by tobr • nbsna • T^b 



31 SERVICE FOR THE EfB OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

our end is but the worm and moth. If we have erred 
through ignorance, and it is unknown unto us, verily, only 
thou art fully acquainted with our errors ; yet, do not 
account them as. done presumptuously : accept the confession 
of our lips in a favourable season, and grant us expiation 
for both presumptuous and ignorant sins, as also for 
affirmative and negative precepts. relieve us from the 
punishment of death and excision : have compassion on the 
clay that is the work of thy hands. We have acted foolishly, 
through the evil imagination implanted in us from our youth : 
it is concealed within us, as a snare for our steps. thou 
who hast formed and made us, and art well acquainted with 
our frame, let thy tender mercy be moved towards us, and 
destroy us not : for who is able to conceal himself from thy 
presence, before whom every thing is clear as light, and as 
noon-day ? Thou hast shewn the four kinds of death formerly 
inflicted by our tribunal of justice. deliver us from them 
for thine own sake, for from the time that thou didst create 
us, didst thou investigate and didst know, that our actions 
were perverse and iniquitous. regard our souls, for every 
living creature is in thy power. I beseech thee, let my soul be 
precious among those who afflict themselves for thy sake ; the 
reason of the punishment of stoning, burning, beheading, and 
strangling, hast thou revealed to those who know thy truth, 
God ! pardon all our transgressions ; as well those which 
are known unto us, as those which are unknown unto us. 
We have made confession of our transgressions unto thee. 
thou who searchest every heart; redeem us from sin, and 
cleanse us from iniquity. thou Rock ! regard not the sins 
of man, who wither eth like grass, but acting charitably by us, 
as thou hast acted by every living creature. We hasten in the 
evening twilight, we approach thee with prayer ; bring us 
nigh unto thee: hearken to our call; regard not our 
wickedness, but have mercy on us, that we mayjustify ourselves. 
May thy mercy come to our aid, thou, who art most 
merciful and most gracious. 

ubwQ "[£27 Read. Thy name hath ever been He, whc> 
forbeareth transgressions. hear our supplication, when w* 
stand in thy presence to pray ; forbear the transgressions o; 
a people who repent. blot out our transgressions from 
before thine eyes 



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t : • ' — : | v t : t t v t •• ^ 

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ttnitfi cmn biibta wsb aKtontf nbh by 
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t t ; • I -i ; I v t : t t v : •• *-i 

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na rAtfspa sj^sb w^W N! Pn bin 



32 SERVICE FOR THE EYE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

3nY» nriM Thou knowest all the secrets of the world, and 
the most hidden transactions of all living. Thou searchest all 
the inward parts, and examinest the reins and the heart, so 
that there is nothing concealed from thee, neither is there any- 
thing hidden from thy sight. may it then be acceptable in 
thy presence, Eternal, our God ! and the Grod of our fathers, 
to pardon all our sins, and forgive all our iniquities, and 
grant us remission for all our transgressions. 

Stan by For the sin, which we have committed against 
thee, either by compulsion, or voluntary. And for the sin 
which we have committed against thee, with a stubborn heart. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, out of 
ignorance. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee with the utterance of our lips. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
incestuous lewdness. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either publicly or secretly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
deliberate deceit. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with the speech of the mouth. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by- 
oppressing our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by the evil cogitation of the heart. 

For the sin which we have commited against thee, by- 
assembling to commit fornication. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by acknowledging our sins with 
our mouth [but do not repent in our heart.] 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
despising our parents and teachers. And for the sin wh-ch 
we have committed against thee, either presumptuously, or 
ignorantly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
violence. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by the profanation of thy name. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
defiled lips. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee ; with foolish expressions. 

VOL. II. 5 



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33 



SBRVICB FOR THB BTB OP THB DAY OF ATONBMBNT. 



For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
the evil imagination. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either knowingly, or without deliberation. 

nbz bsn Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
denying and lying. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by taking or giving a bribe. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
scoffing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by calumny. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee in traffic. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, in 
meat and drink. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
extortion and usury. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by immodest discourse. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
chattering. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, with the twinkling of our eyes. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
haughty looks. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with shamelessness. 

tf?D b^n Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
shaking off the yoke of thy law. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by litigiousness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee by 
treachery to our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by envy. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by levity. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, 
by our stubbornness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
running swiftly to do evil. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by tale-bearing. 



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t • - : • : | v t ; t t v : w ~i 

nS linens y^ tftfW^ **pn bfij 

nfyiy • orrt?9 dwi vb*0 D^bn *?jn 

nNtsn • vsrhi D*n>n »k0 DW&n Sjn. 

t - ¥ * -: • t - t ¥ * t -: '-: 

til*} nSiy jsnp • Dir!?g d*fjb ^^ QWJ *#) 

♦fcm wi DBte * djvSb dwi utter owon byi 

nma nsp • orrSy dwi ««# Dw&n hy\ 

tfyn» iripba • divSb dwi «kb> Dw&n Sjn 

^« r ; - | : - ¥ •• ~: • t - t ¥ • t -: *»»s 

D*a# *Ta nrva ♦ DrvSu dwi ti«# nwn Sjn 

• T T " • T ¥ ~ - : • T - TV * T -; W *'\ 

v*nm ma • djtSb dwi tfx# D^tsn Sjn 
rt h*3 nwa yn« • ditSb D«a>n ukb> dwdpi bjn 

y$& \*y* • ng>g mp na &$ pa • njpsp *6 rrcp 
• *A D^a d^k^-im *h t&xhr* * new Dip i=ra 

T . . T - v v . T . v v •• -: t 

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~&V # WW fi!^J Dn *hj^ • ttS E^b Dyx^-nxi 

nm !j • nxn nnmn n^-Srnx mtn?S • dSij; 
: cn^ n^x) n^iD) Soid ^tt ^ji px ^TJ^IW 



84 SERVICE FOR THE 3YB OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by false 
swearing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by causeless enmity. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
embezzlement. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by extacy. 

abs bs") Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

n^Stan bsn Also for the sins, for which we were obliged to 
bring a burnt-offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a sin- 
offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring an 
offering, according to our ability. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a 
trespass-offering, for either a certain or doubtful sin. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer the 
stripes of contumacy. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer 
flagellation. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
death, by the hand of God. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
extirpation, and being childless. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty 
of the four kinds of death formerly inflicted by our tribunal 
of justice, viz :— 

nVpD Stoning, burning, beheading, and strangling; for 
transgressing affirmative precepts, or negative precepts ; 
whether an action be appropriated thereto, or not, as well as 
those which are known unto us, as those which are unknown 
fco us. As for those which are known unto us, we have already 
made confession of them before thee, Lord, our God ! and 
the God of our fathers. And those which are unknown unto 
us, are known and evident before thee, as it is said, the secret 
things belong unto thee, Eternal, our God ! but the revealed 
things belong unto us, and our posterity for ever, to perform 
all the words of this law ; for thou art the pardoner of Israel, 
and who granteth remission of sins unto the tribes of Jeshurun, 
in all ages ; and besides thee, there is none to whom we 
appeal for pardon and forgiveness. 



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: ^ rvbrra wry na^rfy 

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;va w nxtsn bai : Dnxtsn ba d* mVjaa T^ni 
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\m rwrho rrfot nnxi • D*a&>b ny rfnj wnaetei 

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35 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

nnw) Thou, Most Merciful, dost accept the penitent ; 
even from the beginning, didst thou promise us remission 
through repentance; therefore, relying on our repentance, 
our eyes wait for thee. 

■pss tyti Thy servant David declared in thy presence, 
Who can guard against his errors ? Cleanse me, Lord, from 
secret thoughts. Cleanse us, Lord, our God, from all 
our transgressions, and purify us from all our impurities : 
sprinkle clean water upon us, and cleanse us, as it is 
written by the hand of thy prophet, Then will I sprinkle 
clean water upon you, and ye shall be cleansed from all 
your defilements, and from all your idols will I cleanse you. 

TT2E H5>ft Thy servant Micah declared in thy presence, 
Who is mighty like unto thee, pardoning iniquity and 
forgiving transgression, to the residue of his heritage, and 
who keepeth not his anger for ever, because he delighteth 
in mercy? He will again have compassion on us, he will 
suppress our iniquities. Yea, thou wilt cast all our sins 
into the depths of the sea ; thou wilt cast them into a place 
where they shall not be remembered, nor visited, nor thought 
of, for ever. And it is said, thou wilt shew faithfulness to 
Jacob, and mercy unto Abraham, which thou didst swear 
unto our ancestors, in the days of old. 

bwOT Daniel, the estimable man, supplicated thee thus : 
God, incline thine ear, and hear; open thine eyes, 
and behold our discomposure, and the city which is called by 
thy name ; for we do not presume to present our supplications 
before thee for our righteousness, but for thine abundant 
mercy. Lord, hear ; Lord, pardon ; Lord, be 
graciously attentive, and grant our requests; delay not, 
for thine own sake, my God, for thy city and thy people 
are called by thy name. 

nsion n*to Ezra, the scribe, addressed thee thus : 
my God, I am ashamed and confounded, so that I am not 
able to lift up my face unto thee, my God, for our iniquities 
are increased over our head, and our tresspasses, are grown 
up unto heaven ; but thou who art the God of forgiveness, 



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rife : 7331 jsa 1 ? r\toy : : ^jfl jya 1 ? rifc^ : *pV Jpfh 
: ^,n^ jgri? nb>y : 'fps prib r\toV. : ' Tl^ P^ 1 ? 

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36 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

most gracious and most merciful, long-suffering, and of 
abundant kindness, therefore thou didst not forsake them. 
Forsake us not, our Father. Cast us not off, our 
King. Abandon us not, our Creator, nor consume us 
according to our sins; but confirm unto us, Lord, our 
God, the word which thou hast assured us of in the doctrine 
delivered by the hands of thy prophet Jeremiah, as it is 
said, In those days, and at that time, saith the Eternal r 
the iniquity of Israel shall be sought for, but there shall be 
none ; and the sins of Judah, but they shall not be found ; 
for I will pardon the residue of Israel. Thy people and 
thine heritage are languishing for thy goodness, panting for 
thy grace, and longing for thy help : let them know and 
understand, that to the Eternal, our God, appertained 
mercy and pardon. 

IfcXD Dim b« Most Merciful God is thy name. Most 
Gracious God is thy name. We are also called by thy 
name. Lord, grant our request for thy name's sake. 
Grant it for the sake of thy truth. Grant it for the sake 
of thy covenant. Grant it for the sake of thy greatness 
and grandeur. Grant it for the sake of thy law. Grant 
it for the sake of thy glory. Grant it for the sake of thy 
promise. Grant it for the sake of thy memorial. Grant 
it for the sake of thy benignity. Grant it for the sake of 
thy goodness. Grant it for the sake of thy unity. Grant 
it for the sake of thine honour. Grant it for the sake of thy 
doctrine. Grant it for the sake of thy kingdom. Grant 
it for the sake of thine eternal existence. Grant it for the 
sake of thy decree. Grant it for the sake of thy mighty 
power. Grant it for the sake of thine excellence. Grant it 
for the sake of thy righteousness. Grant it for the sake 
of thy holiness. Grant it for the sake of thine abundant 
mercy. Grant it for the sake of thy divine presence. Grant 
it for the sake of thy praise. Grant it for the sake of thy 
favourites who rest in the dust. Grant it for the sake of 
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Grant it for the sake of Moses 
and Aaron. Grant it for the sake of David and Solomon. 
Grant it for the sake of Jerusalem thy holy city. Grant it 
for the sake of Zion, the residence of thy glory. Grant 
it in compassion of the desolation of thy temple. Grant it 
in compassion of the destruction of thine altar. Grant 



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: *m t ni3^x Ri UJR, : W : ownj ^x Ujj^ 



37 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

it for the sake of the young children at school. Grant it for 
the sake of the blood of thy servants which hath been shed. 
Grant it for the sake of those who were slain for thy holy 
name. Grant it for the sake of those who were slaughtered 
for maintaining thy unity > Grant it for the sake of those 
who met the tortures of fire and water, for the sanctification 
of thy name. Grant it for the sake of those who suck at the 
breast, who have not sinned. Grant it for the sake of those who 
are weaned from the milk, who have not transgressed. Grant 
it for the sake of orphans and widows. Grant it for thine own 
sake, if not for our's. Grant it for thy sake, and save us. 

1232 * 133E Answer us, Eternal, answer us. Answer us, 
our God, answer us. Answer us, our Father, answer us. 
Answer us, our Creator, answer us. Answer us, our 
Redeemer, answer us. Answer us, thou who wilt seek us, 
answer us. Answer us, thou most faithful God, answer us. 
Answer us, thou who art mild and benevolent, answer us. 
Answer us, thou who art pure and upright, answer us. Answer 
us, thou living and ever existing God, answer us. Answer us, 
thou who art good and beneficient, answer us. Answer us, thou 
who knowest the inclination of man, answer us. Answer us, 
thou who suppressest anger, answer us. Answer us, thou who 
art clothed with righteousness, answer us. Answer us, O thou 
Supreme King of kings, answer us. Answer us, thou who art 
tremendous and exalted, answer us. Answer us, thou who 
pardonest and forgivest, answer us. Answer us, thou who 
answerest in an acceptable time, answer us. Answer us, our 
Redeemer and Deliverer, answer us. Answer us, thou who art 
just and upright, answer us. Answer us, thou who art near to 
those who worship thee, answerus. Answer us, thou who art most 
merciful and most gracious, answer us. Answer us, thou who 
hearkenest to the needy, answer us. Answer us, thou who art 
the support of the innocent, answer us. Answer us,0 God of our 
fathers, answer us. Answer us, God of Abraham, answer us. 
Answer us, thou, the reverence of Isaac, answer us. Answer 
us, mighty Godof Jacob, answerus. Answerus, thou therefuge 
of our ancient matrons, answer us. Answer us, thou who art the 
help of the tribes (of Israel), answer us. Answerus, thou who art 
with difficulty provoked, answer us. Answer us, thou who art 
easily reconciled, answerus. Answerus, thou who answerest 
in time of distress, answerus. Answerus, thou Father of orphans, 
answer us. Answer us, thou Judge of widows answer us. 



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38 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OP THE DAY OF ATONEMEHT, 

nww *fc> May he who answered our father Abraham on 
Mount Moriah, answer us. 

May he who answered his son Isaac, when bound on the 
altar, answer us. 

May he who answered Jacob, in Bethel, answer us. 

May he who answered Joseph in the dungeon, answer us. 

May he who answered our ancestors at the Red Sea, 
answer us. 

May he who answered Moses in Horeb, answer us. 

May he who answered Aaron with the censor, answer us. 

May he who answered Phineas, when he arose from 
among the congregation, answer us. 

May he who answered Joshua in Gilgal, answer us. 

May he who answered Samuel in Mizpah, answer us. 

May he who answered David, and Solomon, his son, in 
Jerusalem, answer us. 

May he who answered Elijah on Mount Carmel, answer 
us. 

May he who answered Elisha in Jericho, answer us. 

May he who answered Jonah in the belly of the fish, 
answer us. 

May he who answered Hezekiah in his sickness, answer 
us. 

May he who answered Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariab, 
in the midst of the fiery furnace, answer us. 

May he who answered Daniel in the lion's den, answer us. 

May he who answered Mordecai and Esther, in Shushan, 
the capital, answer us. 

May he who answered Ezra in captivity, answer us. 

May he who answered all the virtuous, pious, perfect, and 
upright, answer us. 



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39 SERVICE FOR THE BYE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

M3»m Most Merciful, who answerest the poor, answer 
us. Most Merciful, who answerest the humble-spirited, 
answer us. Most Merciful, who answerest the broken- 
hearted, answer us. Most Merciful, answer us. Most 
Merciful have compassion on us. Most Merciful, redeem 
us. Most Merciful, deliver us. Most Merciful, have 
mercy on us. hasten it speedily and in a short time. 

133b)D "tf >n« Our Father, and our King, we have sinned 
before thee. 

Our Father, and our King, we have no Sovereign but thee. 

Our Father, and our King, be benevolent unto us for the 
sake of thy name. 

Our Father, awe? our King, renew unto us a prosperous year. 

Our Father, and our King, abolish all injurious and evil 
decrees which concern us. 

Our Father, and our King, annul the devices of those 
who hate us. 

Our Father, and our King, frustrate the counsel of our 
enemies. 

Our Father, and our King, extirpate every oppressor and 
adversary from us. 

Our Father, and our King, stop the mouths of our 
adversaries, and those who accuse us. 

Our Father, and our King, eradicate the pestilence, sword, 
famine, captivity, destruction [and the plague] from the 
children of thy covenant. 

Our Father, and our King, withhold the plague from 
thine heritage. 

Our Father, and our King, pardon and forgive our 
iniquities. 

Our Father, and our King, blot out and remove our 
transgressions and our sins from before thine eyes. 

Our Father, and our King, erase through thine abundant 
mercy all record of our sins. 

Our Father, and our King, cause us to return into thy 
presence with a thorough repentance. 

Our Father, and our King, restore to perfect health the 
sick of thy people. 

Our Father, and our King, rend the decree of our evil 
sentence. 

Our Father, and our King, remember U3 with a good 
memorial before thee. 



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40 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

Our Father, and our King, write us in the book of 
happy life. 

Our Father, and our King, write us in the book of 
redemption and salvation. 

Our Father, and our King, write us in the book of good 
maintenance and sustenance. 

Our Father, and our King, write us in the book of merit. 

Our Father, and our King, write us in the book of 
pardon and forgiveness. 

Our Father, and our King, speedily cause salvation to 
spring forth for us. 

Our Father, and out King, exalt the horn ofthy people Israel. 

Our Father, and our King, exalt the horn of thine anointed. 

Our Father, and our King, fill our hands with thy blessings. 

Our Father, and our King, fill our storehouses with plenty. 

Our Father, and our King, hear our voice, spare and 
compassionate us. 

Our Father, and our King, accept our prayers with favour 
and mercy. 

Our Father, and our King, open the gates of heaven to 
our prayers. 

Our Father, and our King, dismiss us not empty from 
thy presence. 

Our Father, and our King, remember that we are but 
dust. 

Our Father, and our King, may this be the hour of mercy, 
and a favourable time in thy presence. 

Our Father, and our King, have pity on us, our children, 
and infants. 

Our Father, and our King, grant our request for the sake 
of those who were slain for thy holy name. 

Our Father, and our King, grant it for the sake of those 
who were slaughtered for the sake ofthy unity. 

Our Father, and our King, grant it for the sake of those 
who went through fire and water for the sanctification of 
thy name. 

Our Father, and our King, avenge in our sight the blood 
of thy servants that hath been spilt. 

Our Father, and our King, grant our request for thy 
sake, if not for our sake. 

Our Father, and our King, grant it for thy sake, anc 
save us. 

vol. ii. 6 



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: nn^ j^ nn^ jj rijDJ N^inn D?3 



41 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

Our Father, and our King, grant it for the sake of thine 
abundant mercy. 

Our Father, and our King, grant it for the sake of thy 
great, mighty, and tremendous name, by which we are 
called. 

Our Father, and our King, be gracious unto us, and 
answer us ; though we have no merit, deal charitably and 
mercifully with us, and save us. 

TTiwb why It is peculiarly our duty to praise the Lord of 
all ; to ascribe greatness to him who formed the world in the 
beginning ; since he hath not made us like the nations of the 
different countries, nor placed us like the families of the earth ; 
neither hath he appointed our portion like their's nor our lot 
like their multitude. But we bend the knee, prostrate our- 
selves and worship the Supreme King of kings ; most Holy 
and blessed is He, who stretched out the heavens, and laid the 
foundation of the earth ; the residence of whose glory is in the 
heavens above, and the Divine Majesty of his power in the 
highest heavens. He is our God, and there is no other. Om 
King is truth, and there is none besides him ; as it is written 
in thy law, know, therefore, this day, and reflect in thine 
heart, that the Lord he is God, in heaven above, and on th< 
earth beneath ; there is none else. 

lb mpa p bs We, therfore, hope in thee, Lord, ou 
God ! speedily to behold thy glorious power, remove th 
abominations out of the earth, and cause all the idols to b 
utterly destroyed, and establish the universe under the sol 
dominion of the Almighty : so that all flesh may invoke th 
name ; all the wicked of the earth turn unto thee ; and a 
the inhabitants of the world together know and acknowledge 
that unto thee every knee must bow, and every tongue sweai 
before thee, Lord, our God! they shall kneel and fa 
prostrate ; they shall ascribe honour to thy glorious name 
and all of them shall willingly submit to the power of tl 
dominion. Deign thou, therefore to reign, over them speedi 
for ever and ever ; for the kingdom is thine, and thou shs 
eternally reign in glory ; as it is written in thy law, the Lo 
shall reign for ever and ever. It is also said, that the Eten 
shall be King over all the earth ; in that day the Lord alo 
ahall be acknowledged a unity, and his name be unity. 






innriK 1 ? wd ro Mi D^jn • rrirpa -w rw nnK 

v«r|5 its "pup n? •tpa img] tfUGgr rwn h \>h 

irilftnf? nn#n \w \wfrr\ •*rj33 ^ TJT^57 p#7p 

iwo^w tnTtj nr^ ••wo-^ thy jttk isj 

inrairnaj &$&, x*3J •my n^3 ) Dj? *6 

ws p*u ix"33 T^s * ^ ta^ jro n&x rrw 

.«&7 D^iy 1 ? in 1 ! • t»: n^ : San qjtf *6 

Wfirjp? in^ tpt^ &*3& ♦ wpnp gjpj n$rc 

in 1 ?™ d# ins fi? • mptrrn? Sk nw m» 
vrffi hrxr^ d^s • ^ n#« dSi? pn*? 

bin ni^33 ncwi 
nin wro rm wm 

v ; T T * 

n^3n 73 rptfan ^3 
»I3$j vm pjri 



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jtjj nj» ^sn tK) 

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42 SERVICE FOR THE EVE OF THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

VtP 1. Extolled be the living God, and praised be he ; He 
existeth, but his existence is not bounded by time. 2. He is 
One, but there is no unity like unto his unity ; He is incom- 
prehensible, and also his unity is unending. 3. He hath no 
material form, he is incorporeal, and we cannot compare his 
holiness to aught that is. 4. He existed before all things that 
are created ; he is the first, but there is no beginning to his 
existence. 5. Behold! he is the Lord of the world; and 
through all the creation evinceth his mighty power and 
dominion. 6. The inspiration of his prophecy did he bestow 
on the men of his peculiar and glorious people. 7. There never 
arose a prophet in Israel, like unto Moses, who beheld God's 
similitude. 8. A true law hath God given to his people, by 
the hand of his prophet who was faithful in his house. 9. God 
will never alter nor change his law for any other. 10. He 
beholdeth and knoweth all our secrets ; for he vieweth the end 
of a thing at its commencement. 11. He bestoweth kindness 
on man according to his deeds, and sendeth evil unto the 
wicked according to his wickedness. 12. At the end of days 
will he send our anointed, to redeem those who hope for tne 
accomplishment of his salvation. 13. The dead will God 
revive in his great mercy; blessed be his glorious name, 
praised for evermore. 

tfro "plM We adore the Lord of the universe, who reigned 
before everything that is formed was created. At the time 
that all was finished according to his pleasure, then was his 
name proclaimed as King. And after all things shall have 
ceased to exist, he alone will reign tremendous. For he ever 
was, is now, and will eternally exist in glory. And he is One, 
nor is there a second to be compared or associated with him. 
He is without beginning and without end, and to him alone 
appertain power and dominion. He is my God, and my living 
Redeemer, and the Rock of my portion on the day of distress. 
He is also my standard, and my refuge, the portion of my cup 
when I call. Into his hands do I commit my spirit, when I 
fall asleep, and when I awake ; and with my spirit my body 
also ; for the Lord is with me, and I will not fear. 



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nnf? T^jfe *|3K niayi * tfjj^ n»? qri§ ^rfcx 1 ? 
rcfiha baa roof? ncy bm • nnw& onn &« 

• r™ T ^- • ^-; • T : • | t - : ••; t •; 

D*D39 DjS D:®3 OT • B*ptii9 njJO WBJI *|«t 

D^ata *#ao ba nniDpSi nan romb maix^ 

•t; »• t t v I s • : "~: t : tt;-: 

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d:9 rtnjii ^b n?^ • own nD£3 p9 

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cmbo^a mawi) ■ cnynn bpa rrribtf »m bm 

t • : • • t - : t r T ; | : •■••:-; t : 

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SpJjB »JJJ «l tfg fl ba • ^.33 hff *<b D)g$ 

tfBtot bseh wsp Dxai * d % I^S bim nm *:m 

• t -; - : ~ w " : - : • • • ~ ~: ~ v : • • : - 

^Sj speo n^n "3 • hx nimto n^T q 



43 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FIRST DAY. 

THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FIRST DAY. 



n"WK I will chaunt praise to my God, while I exist ; ever. 
the God who hath fed me from my youth. Unto this daj 
hast thou held me fast by the hand, and bestowed life ard 
mercy on me. Blessed be the Lord, and blessed be Lis 
glorious name; for he hath been wonderfully kind to Ms 
servant. Wherewith shall I come before the most High God ? 
Or wherewith shall I bow myself unto the eternal God ? If the 
mountains were altars, and all the wood of Lebanon laid in 
order thereon ; and if all the beasts, both wild and domestic 
were slain, and their pieces arranged on the wood ; also all the 
corners of the altar daubed with blood, as the waters that 
cover the sea ; the rich fine flour as abundant as the dust of the 
earthy mixed with ten thousand rivers of oil, and frankincense, 
and sweet spices, for a memorial, and incense composed of all 
the principal spices : and if all the lights were on the candle- 
sticks, so as to shine as the two luminaries, and the shew-bread 
arranged as high as the mountains of God, on the inner table, 
wine as plenty as the rain of heaven ; and strong wine to pour 
out as the fountains of water : and if all the sons of men were 
priests and Levites, chaunting melodious songs ? all the trees of' 
Eden, and all the trees of the woods, were formed into musical 
harps, and psalteries ; and all the angels, with a loud voice, and 
the stars from their causeways ; and although Lebanon should 
be prepared, yet would it not be sufficient for the fire ; nor his 
beasts be sufficient for the burnt-offering. Lo, all these are 
not sufficient to serve, nor sufficient to come before the God 
of glory ; for thou, our King, art exceedingly honoured ; and 
wherewith shall we bow down to our Lord ? Verily, all the 
living are not able to honour thee, how much less can I, thy 
servant ? Because I am despised, and not accounted among 
men ; contemned in mine own sight, and the most lowly of 
men. Neither hath thy servant aught to honour thee, or to 
render thee recompense for thy tender mercy ; for thou hast 
been exceedingly good to me, and increased thy kindness to 
me : I, therefore, am greatly indebted to thee, for the good 
thou hast done unto me; for thou wast not bound to be 
bountiful to me, for all the good thou didst to me was not 



pwn dvS Tirvn te> n& 

TSy Sa raito S3 • tSij&h h r\yn nSi 

I v'r - • t t I v ! * T s " S : 

spinas aS ai-nS nn« • spisrojL kS noian Sy_ 

i&S rmiSD *®nt **S * ^5 n? rn^ps wpa gk 
^S p# sjk D£# ^S * ^ Sani i|S y&fo nwi 

^j£ flSSt?? dSs) * SpJ3 M ^ S?1 D^ 
SJJWj mfc^ D*2TSQ1 ' ^JNICI fp_ ttnjgi 

ughpo n*| tfa n*nb>Si • a^P SnS jw may:) •aw 
snyoffiT! Ss «k? nS *s • nnj^ rcn p&] toss "spjfl 

spVHl 'wa *jgi ' spD8 Sy_ ♦site ^ 

Qptrcag na >ty# nS • bycfrv] ria| na^r Sy_ 
wk nxV? dx »a tod • *riB>T? pijei ^bx^" n& 

t:: ' |5 • • : - t • : - t 

mtD naj& yw njn • nits aaSrii nn&p? Tiasfe 
matfj itn dtjSk •tot ♦ mints nmsa naw aSi 

t t • * v; S • t ; t • • ■ y;» •* 5 

nSx# nS nSijn na&n • man nS nnjpi nnj 
*np3 irn t)s rnagfa * ^ ptje^i ruaa nap 
^ jssf? ^aaS jr$$ • 7JL Dn n$ S wk aS on 

Y03p Sy_ fBlfe fcg • spnaj en 'rm n5^ 

spcra6&} S3 nrjgDKi • spjrin Sipa Tap® 

rrjjTS) nnai SS&k • n^ana *Bfcj njn* n&>K 

ng*t? *m Saw Sttjn • na ^5?t nSi ^p^j n^ 



44 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FIRST DAY. 

incumbent on thee. I have not served thee according to 
the benefits thou hast bestowed on me, nor rendered one to 
thee, for ten thousand received. If I should say, I will thus 
declare them, I know not how to number them. what 
can I render unto thee ? for all belongeth to thee. The 
heavens are thine, the earth is also thine ; the seas and all 
that is in them, is in thy power ; and they are all satisfied 
from thy hand. And we are thy people, and thy sheep, 
and earnestly desire to perform thy will ; but, how can we 
serve thee, when it is not in our power, on account of our 
holy temple being burnt with fire? Or how can we serve 
thee, when there is neither sacrifice nor meat-offering, 
because we are not yet arrived at a place of "rest. Neither 
have we water to wash away our defilements, while we are 
on unhallowed land. I rejoice at thy word, and come in 
confidence of thy word ; as it is written, I will not rebuke 
thee for thy sacrifices, or thy burnt-offerings ; for I did not 
command your ancestors concerning sacrifices and burnt- 
offerings. What I asked, and what I required of thee, 
was but to fear me. To serve me with joy, and a glad 
heart; for to obey is better than to offer sacrifice; and a 
contrite heart better than a pure meat-offering : the sacrifices 
of God are a contrite spirit. Thou didst not desire sacrifice 
and meat-offering; nor didst thou require sin-offering, or 
burnt-offering. I will build an. altar with my contrite 
heart, and will also humble my spirit within me. My 
haughty heart, and the haughtiness of mine eyes, will I 
humble; and rend my heart because of the Lord; the shreds 
of my spirit are thy sacrifices ; may they be accepted 
favourably upon thine altar. I will also loudly proclaim 
thy praise, and declare all thy wonders; whatsoever my 
soul knoweth, will I compose and will speak of, and declare 
thy mighty acts. But, what praise can 1 arrange, when I 
know not aught, nor am able to express any thing ; for his 
greatness is unsearchable, and his understanding is infinite. 



•«n vb nb BTjto • vribfi V twi n^> b» 

t : ■ * " t ■ • 

sj5*jj ^ rn# rip® • *pn\ xS i|j ^h x*> 1y 

■sparao d? ^ *3W ^i * ^ wj *& f JT^te D5 

^nb tfjy> ^rbx yx) • ^05^ "^ ^P*? nnx 

^nii^ 1 ? riwri wrag • ^h.^3 n^ J?81 

•sjjNii spP? ^nj5 ^93 • ^S ^»A| ^#ilji p *?2 

DMjn nnx ntfx jp?& ♦ag • crrfrx Sm Sin *$$ 

t ; - -; t - v - : w t - • : t t v: t ; - • • 

D?a rv6ip *|tVft$*| • ifttefri ^a nv 

px ♦sbe ^ ^*tp • jrjug S2 ^ srjji 

tf&xn b "sj^t^i • D^yn bs •Jp-rv *|X 
cSiy toi hdx d^Sx bx * ths £fef " de> nx 

: mx idon ins 'n lnvoi -prr nnN *rnn 



: ^ty dv*? Hfrtl tip 

lerpa *a$ rrraM • nsD? ■sjna T^ P# 
j rrcpn xS ^ n^jn) • xra: t& n^x ngn 

* TP?! xS vjtf "tttt - *pi | % x x^r? m^nr 1 ?! 



45 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FIRST DAY. 

He is wise of heart, and who is like him? his excellent 
power we cannot find out ; performer of great things, and 
abundance of tremendous things; for thou art great, and 
performest wonderous things without number, and that are 
unsearchable, and unknown; for they cannot be explored. 
Where is the eye that can testify of thee? Or the mouth 
that can speak of thee? No living creature can see thee, 
nor can any heart know thee. What praise can they arrange 
before thee ? Even thy ministering angels cannot see thee ; 
neither can the wise of heart find thee. Thou alone 
knowest thy praise; and there is none besides thee that 
knoweth thy power. No one knows, besides thee, the praises 
that are proper to honour thee with. We must, nevertheless, 
endeavour to praise thee suitably, and conformably to thy 
holiness, honour, and greatness, from the mouth of all, 
according to their power, and comformably to the understanding 
which thou hast endowed them with. The heavens acknowledge 
thy wonders, and the voice of the mighty waters 
glorify thee. The whole earth shouts unto thee, and the 
kings of the earth praise thee. All the nations likewise 
return thanks unto thee, and all the people praise thee. 
All the seed of thy servant Jacob, because thy merciful 
kindness hath been great towards them ; all together praise 
the name of the Lord ; for thou, God, art the God of 
truth, and the Eternal King. 



THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SECOND DAY. 

Tins >3S1 But verily, I am thy servant, the son of thine 
handmaid ; I will speak of, and declare thy mighty works. 
I will express part of the ways of thy praise ; but thy works 
are so wonderful, who can utter them ? It is not possible to 
write thine estimation in a book, much less to declare thy 
praises, which are numberless, for the essence of God cannot 
be comprehended ; nor can the perfection of the Almighty 
be limited. Lo, his understanding is infinite, and the 
number of his years cannot be explored; neither is there 
any number to thy angels ; for the signal of thy glory is 
among thy hosts. Where is the eye that can testify of thee ; 



inn Sx ns n:©jo *6 • inn# rvb:pn *«s$ Nha 

«3tri xitonS jpx nS ssa • *3X* p s6 najn 
Sk ^3 no W^V 1 ' ^ *3T* w*j? vnx 1 ? rngeg 

v^nn* ^ nan* • wcp h it Dy maw 

n^o Sya BttT]$ n»H3 ■ ngBN p Sr. ^3& »»$i 

t ~: v ■? • • t : t t :"• i : t v : t -; - 

^7*8© na dvti ^ • ^np t$ *a ^ 

I v : : • - : • t • t : J v : v: t t : : 

Dn| ps rnh D^g • to 0^9553 S&g ^ '5 

t;-t ; • v; t w~ t - t • • ^; - t 

DVWS? nan cnS njpfrl ' [*##} jns &i| DPH3iyV |0 

hyp &> *3 Bffl£ *6l ' H%&$ tk rm ny.51 

nvTfj dr Sk 5 atTjaq • ia j^ rirt afe ^3 Q^Bhti 



46 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SECOND DAT, 

for no living creature hath ever seen the presence of thy 
glory? Lo, the wise and intelligent know it not; how, 
then, can I arrange that which I do not know ? If a man 
should say, I will offer to him the full quantity of his praise ; 
I will comprehend the end of his praise ; such a one's spirit 
is not steadfast with God. He must be swallowed up, 
because he knows not his estimation ; for the end of all his 
discourse is but the beginning of the praise of his ways : but 
I am not so inclined, nor will I suffer my lips to sin. I will 
declare to my brethren, a part of the ways of God ; and 
will inform Israel what God hath wrought ; as it is written, 
Say ye unto God, How terrible are thy works, God ! 
And thou hast said, This people whom I have formed for 
myself, shall recount the praise of my name. In Egypt, I 
performed my wonders, that ye might declare my prodigies. 
Verily, I who am thy servant, will declare what I shall find 
written in the book ; for my soul shall praise the might of 
thy works, and my inward parts, thy holy name. I will bless 
thee in all my undertakings ; and with all my heart will I 
return thanks to the Lord ; my throat and my mouth also 
will I fill with thy praise, and thy exaltation. For my mouth 
shall declare thy praise, and thy glory all the day. I will 
speak of the might of thy tremendous acts, and talk of thy 
wondrous works. I will make mention of thy goodness, and 
thy righteousness, thy tender kindness, and thy mighty acts ; 
for I know that thou art great, and exceedingly exalted 
above all gods. Lo, they cannot render a recompense to 
those who serve them ; wherefore, then, do they adorn them ? 
In the time of distress, they pray unto them, but they 
answer them not, because they cannot profit them; they 
seek with all their heart that which hath no spirit in it (the 
idols) ; but the Lord is near to the people (Israel), who are 
near to him ; for all the gods of the nations are dumb idols, 
there is no spirit in them. But he who hath formed all, he 
? s our God ; he hath made us ; we are the people of his 
pasture, and the sheep of his hand : we will bless his name, 
for his mercy endureth for ever. When we were in exceeding 



ij?T5D^ na pg Tiqfi? • ^n 1 ? rjOiK *?!«« E3 

•?|H?8! urns dh& • ^rr Sy_ nnx ttH$* 

wwa ppiy 1 ? tjio p& ♦ ^wpoi bj rrcp. jig 
rwn xS *n T\m |3 Sjr ? nxa ^S j$] mid ^ px 

8pW i#8 jn& 1*81 • T5CIB ***f n^n px 

srj'1 r?r Nfa *9fc W\ ' JHQ ^ jp?w WK *&1 

nana S3 nawb ^3 tw • nnx rertifl nwfcfi wa 

t tt t ;•: 1 "J T " t": t ; | i ■ 



: ns^c ov 1 ? Tirrn w 

T : - T | -:- v: t - • • *; - t t : t 

mm kVi *w nnx • n*raj xSi *nn nax 

t : - : t - . t •• ; • : •• t - 



47 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SECOND DAY, 

great distress, thou wast found of us ; for thou hast not 
forsaken those who seek thee ; thy praise shall therefore be 
continually in our mouths, and we will praise thy glorious 
name. By thy works thou dost bear witness of thyself, and 
of thy glory ; as also of thy ministers, and thy servants ; 
for the whole earth is full of thy glory ; and thy glory is all 
over the earth. And our ancestors made choice of thee, to 
serve thee alone, and not admit any strange god. with thee ; 
we will also serve thee only ; we will serve thee, as a son 
serveth his father, and will honour thee. Lo, we are ready, 
all of us together, both day and night, with our mouths, and 
our heart, to testify of thy unity, and that thou alone art 
our God. Thou art our God, and we are thy servants, and 
the witnesses of thy unity : there is no commencement to 
thy existence; nor is there any end to it. Thou art the 
first and the last, without beginning or end ; and which it is 
not for heart to conceive. There is no limit to thy exaltation, 
nor any end to the depth of thy attributes. There is no 
enclosure about thee, nor is there any extremity to thee; 
it is, therefore, that no living creature could ever see thee ; 
we cannot attribute locality to thee, for length and breadth 
cannot comprehend thee. There is no angle to intersect 
thee, nor can any diameter be applied to thee : there is no 
wisdom can know thee ; nor can any knowledge reach thee. 
No knowledge can comprehend thee, nor any intelligence 
can understand, or know aught of thee ; or how thou didst 
create all from nought. 

+ ; 

THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE THIRD DAY. 

D3fcS Verily, I know that thou art the God of Jacob, and 
that thou hast formed all. Thou art the Creator ; but thou 
wast not created. Thou art the Former ; but thou wast not 
formed. Thou dost kill, and seest the consummation of all 
things. Thou bringest down to the grave, and thou also 
bringest up again. Thou art also faithful to revive the dead, 
as thou hast made known by the hands of thy prophets. 



nm oSiy ngj aSiyo ♦ nn& xS) *rt bu wiwj xSi 
ivSn «V| kstt^ jrna • niSu xSi i$nw n % 3«b 

YT5& PS n#! nfiwp • f^ 1 ? I* nfW hid 

nwi xS •to n2>xa • nnx *n Sx Dnsa xSn 

n-unn xS ^rnnSxa » njn^n xS oSiyn n$n : 

nsrin x*Si S2 win ♦ n&raw x"S ?0m srtrt 

t:-n ; t;-* t •• : • | t : tt 

nnnsn m*fc> Da tSjj • nnnni n^pt tan* xS 

-: - : t •• - | v ^t -: - t| : • t 

3$j3 nyj hyi "raw pwi * ^jn : nn#?> ^5 &n x*Si 

U0 S3 Sx PID-jn X'S P)X • CBhH |[flK mid? *& *3 

Djvmta Dn^xn Sx ♦ oraao Stt* on«»n Ss 

t • -; - : t •• v t ; - • : • ; - t 

Dnspn Sra dx:tc *&ta * Dn&k> S*2fi dwgpi *3 

T ;j-. . tt; "•; t i - ;• • :~ • 

"^j&i ^1^1 f f^ ^ fX ^ 

Sin tftri? ffig )n ( ft ^ * S2S ^n? ^ 13 ^2 

j^to xS n#ix& ^inS • rwi w Ss onto ^ 

t : - : • T ; 1 ; - ; T • T • : T V V 

^nn? bji) 05 nnx ♦ dovw : spra nntjxi nw 
nmnxn nw ^xi • miBtep rrn n#x ■?* 

t »j - t v : • •••-;- T * T T T V ~J T 

dSvx nnx 15 nstfty x'S] • dS^ jnn tpo nyi #*n& 

ti3Tt) Dwpft JTEJ ^iS • oyia ^ onxn? nnx 

DS3 DTD} Y3? 1 ? '5 ! t^5$ *pgfc *91 1^ P 

nnDnSi n&&> duS • nnoi dijo rxi *ntrm rx 

T S T T T V " T T I •• ; I V I " 



48 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE THIRD DAY. 

But thou who art the living God, wilt never die : for thou 
existest from eternity to eternity. Thou dost bring to the 
birth, and causest to bring forth ; but thou wast not brought 
forth. Thou dost wound, and dost heal ; but wast never sick. 
Death and sorrow are not in thy presence ; sleep and slumber 
are not in thine eyes. Verily, thou art the living God, eternal, 
and unchangeable. Thou wilt ever be unchangeable, and shalt 
never be degraded from thy divinty : new and old cannot 
reach thee : for thou didst renovate all, but wast not renovated. 
Old age, or childhood, cannot be applied to thee, nor grey hairs, 
nor youth : neither have joy, or sorrow ever rested on thee ; 
nor the likeness of any form or size. For nobody can 
encompass thee ; nor canst thou be likened to any thing 
breathing : but thou hast encompassed all creatures with a 
boundary, from their beginning to their end. For all 
creatures hast thou placed within bounds ; and their appointed 
days hast thou encircled with a border : but there are no 
bounds to thee, thy days, and years are endless. Thou therefore 
hast no need of any; but all have need of thy bountiful 
hand and tender mercy ; all have need of thy righteousness, 
but thou hast no need of thy creatures. Before any created 
being was formed, thou didst exist alone, and wast not in 
want of aught. The beginning and end of all things are 
arranged in thy hand ; thou art the life of them, and they 
adhere to thy will ; even all that were at the beginning, and 
that will be at the end. Thou art fully acquainted with 
all the works of all creatures, their words, and imaginations, 
from the beginning unto the end, and wilt not forget them, 
for thou art near them. Thou didst create them, and thy 
wisdom didst arrange them : thou alone, therefore, knowest 
their place and their way. Lo, there is nothing hid from 
thee, but all is arranged before thee ; there is no darkness, 
refuge, or hiding-place to flee to and hide one's self from 

VOL. II 7 



njD bj^ rra» 75 • n$i& nm e^w to ng 

na 1 ?? ^yu) Sjd n^yp *f¥aJ? f nan* nroti ^n na ^ 
nnx m*jg nan* Ss ba. ■ niv ana ^ na Ss by. '$ 

noin ^aw trny ^saj • nefau dim naaa abi 

• : | •. : * • : • : : v v: v t •-. : 

nay nS ^a trfl ♦ nsN* *6 ly* sjgo 
nifrs© ^Tja nnia *a jw : •jyiwb*? Sjvi pajjg to bs 

t -: • t; : • t | ; : v : t: v : 

nrr dpi ^b rmjuyi nrrnj; • nroj ^ nnp nyj ps 

d^3 nria) ^ d^ en • aSiyn tkj aSiya to 

tok^bi Tim *?x ' TTfl tiw Tin niBhn 

| v t : - | v t -: v | v t : : • - T -: 

nSsr. nr a b nS by_ cyjM • ri^S* niD bs ^&a *j 
ay nS pny wsa • xran *& nim b ^>a 
rnpia na ;w : W* *fc ib • ran* *6) n^f? iS p*s 
nirr jia 13 mrrb> h pg * rnnrj afy mnn i 1 ? pxs 
VE^ *|ia xb) n^np nM? * "SH nb? *ft pinna 1 ? 
Ei-na tfk?$ ib) na • 0*ft) tpi ^Pi dhvis anus 



49 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE THIRD DAY. 

thy presence. What thou seekest thou canst instantly find 
when thou desirest, without inclining towards them ; for 
thou dost see all things at once, and performest all thyself, 
without being wearied. For, in one moment dost thou 
pass the decree upon all nations, and all mankind together ; 
and in a moment dost thou distinctly hear their voices, cries, 
prayers, and supplications. Thou dost also comprehend all 
their works, and in a moment dost search all their hearts. 
Thou art not long in forming thy thoughts, nor tarriest in 
thy counsel: but thy counsel is instantaneously with thy 
decree, to the appointed time that thou hast proclaimed; 
and all which is done in perfect truth and rectitude, without 
redundancy or deficiency. Nothing is lost from thee, nor 
is any thing too difficult for thee ; all that thou desirest thou 
canst do, and there is no one that is able to control thee. The 
power of the Lord is united to his will : and what the Lord 
wills, is not delayed. There is nothing hidden, nor concealed 
from thee ; the past and the future are the same with 
thee. Whatever hath been, or is to be, all depend on 
thee, and are all under thy particular providence. Thou 
dost foretell the new things and shewest the secrets of thy 
ways unto thy servants and messengers. Thou hast no 
necessity to be informed of any hidden or secret things ; 
because unto thee every secret is revealed, before it is 
conceived in the heart of any creature. No heart of any 
creature is able to comprehend thee, ; nor ought we to utter 
a reproachful word. Because thou hast no end, nor canst 
thou be divided into two; therefore no heart can search 
thee, nor can any mouth express thee. Thou hast no sides, 
nor can space be attributed to thee. How far distant can 
any one fetch his knowledge, to comprehend him who hath 
no beginning or end ? His centre, end and beginning, 
are the same. / therefore, will restrain my mouth and 
heart from attempting to search or investigate him; though 



: *whw n\h firm w j 

an*?! *b pyj nS aarj • aaia? a^yj paw nnu 

bin nnx Sin nvnni ♦ hb n« xSai Sin nx nma 

t - : • •• t - 

if#p ayB& spa p«i * f?rt«fe aji nana p$ 
^rijl ^a pi aipa \*$\ • b^nj ^a ^vq p& 
b^rn ^a pi aipa ptfj ■ (*$53i bna bsgj sjy*fl 
aratf b| kVj ig^ ja] $h\ • km?) ^3 pa natf) rnpa 
aag>a nn^i ayn? 119s * qyae nm ny ^31 jar b| 
tttia N^a." *#$ bnk> pa • sjpik i*B* *& y?a bn 



^19 |^ ^ovya *n ■ spbata row ann 

na?£ px sjrtfa *rib? • nann px ^narin rta? 

bse'fi Dnyni : axbap sjFrni * ^ p*e?o nb3 fipbn 

tijfy re ^y Hsfeata # fi^fis px ^rp n.sbna 

isb^a ax *j ^1 pxi • tfniii ax ^ nana px 

... . . T 1 .. . ... . T . . 1 .. 

Yian nib>y : piann -\mh • ^?a ma bai ^ bn 

^b3 pn bain bh) tl ■ ^?ig nbi? my px 
n*&a ba nx bnn nww ' n\*n bn bin *jsbi 

x «• • v - : • t • t -•■:•: 

•?pa$>a xb tjK spT* * I* 35 ' ^1 T*0b ^ 

nbiru xb ^i»fee ^wa • n^33 xb bi ^nib'yn 

a?an nx) fj^n nx) * bjbffrj nx ^rrtb>y : 3 

^pbw xb rvnp bn *n * f prn x^i ^nip xb 



50 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE THIRD DAY. 

height and depth are applied to the circle, yet, the wise and 
disengaged heart cannot comprehend it ; much less, he who 
encompasseth all, and filleth all ; and having made all, thou 
art all in all : there is none above thee, nor any under thee ; 
none without thee, nor any in the midst of thee. There is 
neither front nor back to thy unity ; nor is there any 
corporeality to the essence of thy unity ; neither 1 is there 
any thing separated from thee in the midst; nor is the 
most minute place concealed from thee : neither art thou 
separated from any, nor is any place empty, or hidden from 
thee : accident and chance exist not in thee, nor time, 
contention or reproach. All times and seasons hast thou 
prepared; thou dost appoint them, and changest them ; no 
knowledge can reach thee, nor understanding comprehend 
thee. For thy attribute is as thy wisdom, thy understanding 
according to thy greatness ; thou art wise of thyself, and thy 
existence is of thyself ; nor is there any like thee. Except 
thy wisdom, there is no wisdom ; exclusive of thine 
understanding, there is no understanding, nor discretion. Thou 
hast portioned the heart of the wise with intelligence, and 
thy spirit fills them with knowledge and understanding. 
Exclusive of thy power, there is no strength ; and without 
thy power there is no help. There is none truly honourable, 
unless thou hast honoured him ; nor is there any truly great, 
unless thou hast exalted him. Every thing good and valuable 
is from thy hand, and thou bestowest mercy on whom thou 
pleasest ; thy greatness is unsearchable, and thy understanding 
is inscrutable. There is no true existence but thine, thou 
who art the living and Almighty God, for there is none 
besides thee : and before any thing was, didst thou exist ; 
and when all was made, thou didst fill all. Thy creatures 
did not crush nor encompass thee, neither did they diminish 
thee ; when thou hadst made all, thou wast not divided from 
the midst of thy work, nor seipaxsdedfrom it. When thou 
didst make the heavens and the earth, and the waters, they 
did neither attract, nor distance thee ; for no thoughts can 



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^#n nS #k hfr?K ate * ^ssen *& hm*s S3 tjx 

nw *& ^3 epun npm • rmp rb^ n M n 105 

nnx tay rrrtrn : nyti - ivti *3 spfB? ■$#] 

niTyn sj3 pi spj^j •JjJTW |31 D^P 1 ? HP 

bbr\ ^fm hbn ^ ■ 'wa nin] »n npK» 



^«fifl to *nSx nj» - ^ *3* tfrg C38ns 

dws dv S^3 pxm • D^'n vita in>x 

• t -: - t : I v t t ; • - t - •• v: ~ - -: 

uW? sx Sxnp* TnK • »rp wn nnx *n Sx 

t%: •• ••■!:• •-; tt: tv- 

pxn S53 *p# t« n& ■ fjKn b| |rr»f tt'jng 

naaa Sk naa * dW? • xupi rfaix #k ^«3 rx 

t v: •• v v: t; t * ; T | "• T • " " T I " 

Visa Sa D^bp r^R ■ »n ny& Tje^ nix 

D^ dtui T»g &y «f? • D\»n D*?fcg mot nag DTibg 

Dorian ^n«i dtiWi *rft« • DW m nb p*fl ^k 

^5fl TSitf niyj tpbg • hgpn qfc *&?iy gfeg 

TIE mS niprp ^0 * *WP b*ot nn Mrje 

bn«y3n Sjji dvjhi Sy • d*kj Sy_ Stof ytip nxa 

ktv; *6 *5 vm TR3D • rra^g pnsfe iwp3 raa 



51 THB UNITY HYMN FOR THE FOURTH DAY. 

separate thee ; the rapid flood cannot overflow thee ; not 
can the mighty wind drive thee ; neither can any defilement 
affect thee ; nor consuming fire burn thee. There is no 
deficiency in thy existence, nor redundancy in thy unity : 
as thou hast been, so wilt thou ever be; less or more 
have no existence in thee : thy name also testifieth of thee, 
that thou hast been, art, and ever wilt be in all ; thou dost 
exist eternally, as thou hast made known, and which wetestify ; 
for thus hast thou testified of thyself, that thou art he who 
existeth in all, that all is thine, and from thee we receive all 
things ; thy exalted names bear witness and testify of thy 
mighty power. 



THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FOURTH DAY. 

DEYiN I will extol the God of my fathers, who is also my 
God : I will glorify my God, who is my Rock and my 
Redeemer. I will twice daily proclaim the unity of the 
God of heaven and earth. He is the living God, he hath 
created us ; he is the mighty God of Jacob, and is the 
Father of us all : he is our Lord, and the Lord of all the 
earth : how glorious is his name in all the earth. There is 
none like God, who is as a consuming fire, and a jealous 
God. The Lord is ever true; he is a faithful God, he is 
my light, my salvation, and the strength of my life ; all my 
desires centre in him. He is the God of truth ; the living 
God, the nations and isles cannot support his wrath : he is 
glorious in power and the mightiest in strength ; the God 
of gods, and the Lord of lords. My God, my Maker and 
Lord, the guide of my youth, my Guardian and Protector, the 
Creator of all things, and the Redeemer of Israel ; blessed be 
God, the God of Israel. Creator of the wind, and former of 
the mountains ; no thought can be withheld from thee. He 
is excellent, and will render a reward to the proud, to the 
high and lofty. He is mighty ; when he ariseth to strike 
the earth with terror in his wrath, who will not be terrified 



n^iy nffcti| ro S™ ♦ kj?d vrinn ncte Ss ami 
in* xS *a jkgp mx • rrftija iaeh xh Sna 

T • -T":- T ; • ; T 

rqn BijTij? mo? pgj bx • rnrp inn bwj hh 

pSI Sei S$±> by i*q*i ' \W PW? *W jjj 

vtdpi W? xh Tiri • ihm tf5 by Him mn 

t • -: t : t t t t -: •• : m - ; t -: 

hm nSsp ggitf ^3 • SriS nwnri ♦?£« Ss xh 
TJJl &W? T^- " * ^ TBf fa) **Hl 

d*5# tfett iS bi&nx dv3 • DTiBto nH3 ttayb ^on 

tijpeha tfiii m rn&n • «hj? kSi ^viS& n? 

*M3 Tpm j pan • Sin isr apg! ffeo 

vnn 2 D^nn dot * *pbn » dSwh ^n 

I • : • t: • t t — : | • : v t: t r T 

np3 nix^iD D*ry mn& • njp? tstan rr&tfi nito 
vtm nuaeto mtpt *?^ * hot iBh * ib^ 

: ::• •: •••; t: tt;t: tt 

ia^a tvs wri IX")* • 1MD1 va* nn ns* 

: I v: v : : • : ; T • v t 

ni&pj mwb n«3p Ty* * m&nba p*x3 *w nsua 

dhhl! **?) ih?S *W * QTW *5?3 Sy i#$ 

Sn?3 mro ttys* nfns * bntf tjjpi Stetf ani 

TJ5B? Sj55| Wfc^J? HOT • ipltf ^rfl Sfctf 3H| 

bma imm nx^ iwfa • hr\w im nS na -raia 

- t : : •-:-: ■ t : -t j .. - 

immyy ssri phi? * ir&U? isnj r&3 

WJ8I bxnsr Sy_ • mirix ny inns rter^ 



52 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FOURTH DAY. 

at the glory of his majesty? He is the Most High, he 
beareth all that is under him ; he is great in power, and 
performeth great things. He is great, and his name is 
mighty : if even a lion roar, who is not afraid 1 My beloved 
is the chief of ten thousand ; God is greatly reverenced in the 
assembly of the saints. He, the Ancient of days, sits as 
Judge, and his hosts stand at his right hand, and on his left ; 
his glory and his majesty is on the children of his servants ; 
this honour have all his pious servants* He is God, even 
the God of the spirits of all flesh, and hears the prayer of 
all ; he is infallible and just ; he knoweth all things : the 
Lord shall reign for ever and ever. He is the sword of our 
excellency, to fight our battles : he will ever have in mind 
the covenant of the ancient patriarchs ; for a thousand years 
with him is but as yesterday. This is our God, in whom 
we hope ; the Lord is our song, and he will be our salvation ; 
he is the portion of Jacob, and the former of all ; the Lorcl 
is gracious and merciful to all. The Lord liveth for ever • 
the Lord is wise in secrets; he is my portion and my 
strength ; he is good and beneficent, and teacheth knowledge : 
he is too pure of sight to behold evil. The Lord is upright, 
and his word is perfect ; and he dearly loveth his' holy 
temple : he counsels and decrees, and who can frustrate 
him ? he acteth suddenly, and who can hinder him ? My 
beloved is beautiful, and they shall see and behold his 
beauty and goodness, when he returns to Zion ; he will 
march forth like a hero ; like a mighty warrior will he rouse 
his vengeance, to avenge himself on his enemies* As an eagle, 
will he carry his servants on eagles' wings, and make the 
crooked paths straight ; he will rush as a bear bereaved of 
her whelps ; as a leopard, and a lion ; and destroy them as a 
rotten thing, as a moth, for his spirit is as the flood. . As a 
bear bereaved of her whelps ; as a leopard, will he hasten 
to perform his word ; as the almond-rod he is mighty in power, 
his heart is as a fierce lion, and his spirit as a mighty flood ; 
he is lofty as a choice cedar, but meek as the green fir-tree : 
his love is strong as a flavoured apple; his excellency is 



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^ niTi nSrj? Trfc *jg ■ h*m *jJ70 ro? V® 

t • v: v : : - v: t v • -; t; • ; 

mix na mini m • rni*oi W r« -tap 
... .... T .... TV . | .. . . 

vtinS vyi dh apna • vnty 1 ? tosh rvntfa nr*$3 

•D tfjsrfe S&3) tfipke? ' Nh; df? rcrjj '©efei 

xhrva *idit wag bia • vSro *?y am* nefta 

1133 tmn r§}3 ^ * |£ rrj? Sy_ Dnsxj 

n^Sa «nii Sk nfcns • nfmi WN^ai ron 5 ra 1 ? 

*TW3 'nSx w^ '3 ' nw nan nsijn '3V 1 ? 

.^i^ ^V n&0 nS^ ■ ♦aak wi kvi *pf?n D^iy*? 
jiitou art) nbny rrf?n| • rro&ioi tfn ; ri3^ 

^jaipp ns ynv r») # ^O 1 ?^^ nnx mp& 



53 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FOURTH DAY. 

over Israel. As the apple-fr*^ is conspicuous over the 
trees of the wood, so is my beloved with those who sit in 
the gates : he is of mighty power, and taketh vengeance on 
those who provoke him ; but is as the beneficial dew to Israel. 
He is my cup, the portion of mine inheritance, and my lot ; 
I am the inheritance of my beloved, and my beloved is 
mine ; the Lord is my glory, I will not exchange him ; we 
have extolled him, and he hath exalted us. He will rage 
as a lion, and roar as a young lion ; he will not be as an 
alien, and as a man astonished ; as a shepherd that cannot 
deliver his flock, but leaves them for a prey ; as a mighty 
man who hath no power ; and as a traveller who runs and 
flees from place to place, and cries bitterly. But he will be 
as a destroying lion, and as a young lion, to those who 
forsake him ; and as the devouring moth to his enemies. 
'With his mighty power will he destroy them as the brier and 
the thorn, and will not leave them aught at the shaking of 
the olive-tree He will break his enemies in pieces as the 
brier and the thorn, but will fly as the swift bird to the 
protection of his city. He will come to us as the liberal 
rain, as the latter rain and the dew to those who adhere to 
him ; as the eagle hovereth over its young, and in the 
shadow of his wings will he shield those who hope in him. 
As 'the birds will he hover over and shield his city ; and in 
the shadow of his wings will we sing joyful songs : the 
Lord alone performeth great and wondrous things, he is the 
God whose works are tremendous. My beloved is like the 
swift hart and young roe ; for the God of mercy will precede 
me : he will make the crooked paths straight before his 
people, and wilt exalt them as on eagles' wings. The Lord 
is my portion for ever ; he is the strength of my heart, the 
desire of my flesh, and my heart is towards thee ; the Lord 
alone performeth great and wondrous things, and is great in 
tremendous things. Thou art the place and habitation of thy 
world ; but no one knows thy place : God is my fear, my 
Shepherd, and Protector ; the Rock who brought me forth, 
my Creator and Former. He is my high and exalted refuge ; 
the name of the Lord is as a strong tower for me to flee to ; 
the King of Jacob is our refuge, he is our Lawgiver and 
Saviour. The greatness of his salvation is my support ; the 
Lord God is my confidence and my strength ; thy kingdom 
is an everlasting dominion, and thy rule throughout all 



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rt)»?i erai spoj^i *pp($ • njsi nnm y£ pa 

13 iS np T$? dik ntfg • 121 D^pmn hbb wn pp 
rrjt^a ia0 twoi tko • *nui niao d^i to 

t : • ; t;v: t- s * t: t "t; tt 

owan Sa by KSwntfi * dW^hpi ba by xb*rt 

*d? 11 aj^ji |Q) ■ nsrnj? \ibx p&il enj?i 

Ttorbb wx wikS vrcb • n^n Sjdi tow mfb 

tt;« • t:: tt: t •• w-- •• • j« 

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njpi *ngD h>y\Q) r&iD ♦ *]!$» 'J? 1 ?? 2 l T?jb 

.. . - . .. T ,w? .. T : T: *••-, - 

nnriDD bx ni^t pa • nno vmd n# tf^pi *ry 

•• " : • " t - I •• T v •• t • ; T "pj r« 

f3cTtt6 Tpoj rns toi# • v$tfi ^1 bW? tsbo ■# 

ray ^nto^ ma* wn * rrv cma** nx ma 

: *- •• 1 ; • v : • • : t t ; - v t t 

1^55?. afac *35 ^ ^- * **?• }W pp?j Tna 
pjx \m h nm*? ba ■ proa Brrn) TfSril ^ 

ipia rra i&y 1 ? pou • i^an hwtfx "iTsn ninv 
mxn^ M «np3 p Sy ■ nix voa nn chni n^ 

t : t; t| : • | •• *- t t ; > t : 

D'ftSiy TW3 na n.y : n^5x • D»$n toil j pn? 



54 THE UNITY" HYMN FOR THR FOURTH DAY* 

generations. that thou wert as a brother to me in'distress : 
save, Lord, for thy power is not shortened. He is the 
fountain of life, the hope of Israel, I will not forsake him, 
for God is my strength. He is the shield of my salvation, 
and the sword of mine excellency. My soul longeth for thy 
name and thy memorial : he is the shield to all those who 
trust in him. Happy is the man whose strength is in him. ' 
He is pure and amiable, glorious and tremendous : his name is % 
adorned, and he is girt with might: he is faithful, thestrength* 
of Israel, and his Eedeemer : he will not lie. Happy are they 
who trust in him. He is the strength of Jeshurun, the faithful 
God, and Judah is not forsaken by his God, He is wonderful 
above all wonders, and exalted above all who are exalted. 
My holy God is sanctified and reverenced ; he is sure and 
exalted: the Lord is my signal: he is an avenging God, wrathful, 
and reserveth indignation to his adversaries and enemies : 
he is an invincible warrior. The Lord is my light ; when 
his lamp shone upon my head, and his word was a lamp to 
my feet : the Lord is my Eock, my support, and my stay ; 
he bears, pardons, and forgives my transgressions. The Lord 
is my witness, my Rock, and hiding-place ; he pardons and 
supports me ; he is my support and my hope. The Lord is 
our Rock, and stronghold, our help, and our deliverance. 
He is strong and mighty; he is my strength and my help. 
may the Most High be my strength, and not be mine 
enemy ; holy angels encompass his retirement : for verily, 
thou, God, art concealed from all. He is a ready witness 
to render a recompence to his enemies, and keeps his 
covenant and mercy to those who love him ; he redeemed 
his beloved, Abraham, and he will redeem his servant Israel. 
lie who is the fear of Isaac, will send his dread on the 
adversaries of the children of his servant Jacob ; he forms, 
explores, searches, and scrutinizes all hearts ; to him will I 
ascribe righteousness. He is as a bundle of myrrh, as a 
cluster of camphire unto me ; and gives his adversaries for 
a redemption for his people. My beloved is white and ruddy, 
he is conspicuous among his hosts ; his name is therefore 
called the Lord of Hosts. The Lord is righteous, he 
is the perfect Rock ; I will ever and ever trust in his 



Or the Eternal One. 



: yai nxh firm w ru 

Bhnp BhV nw ? * nignp ^5 ^?3 NVi tfnjj 

w&tfn xn&i xjnxn x*i& • xti xnSx r&SyS o*p 

t - : t t ^t : ■ : t t t - t t v: i • ; ^t : t | - 

vx-yipS nnpi : ts* ftp • wjjib^ «3j«5 BITS? »jp 
n*n* Sseh * on ^ ' nxn Si nxi ^ pirn 

v : • t t : t: t v v : • t 

SbS non T)) ro xs\ • ^ npnx xS 5 $ri 

B^15 Jtyj 3 1 ? TW?^ • B^W K6T1 J BIT] 

D^arn tfjans n$j ro?^fi * b^WO© K$n ib ^ 
ny_ pitf Sx nr\x dSv • nj?i D^iya jrirtKi ptfaq 
DJbi^ ns^o x}« pp 1 ? • T31 *H ^?j **£# ^ &^# 

^nbD «ja iitd? y&: • mm* xS nb *rafe> 

DiS^ rrpn bx -131: ^ • diW iW* v? i&# nbW 

riT}^ ^&|3 ^ Dan msffift • itvjh i^j h£ik j db> 

^n ^93 i&e> rr^n • ^k 1 ! ^d *jik? ns? 

cryi^a trjrnn ng^ef Q^nbn * d^j »3#r dj; c&nn 

deh 1 ? Ssjpn D^py Dfii • dj&j? nan^ nDnpp 

Sb nx rn&sfe ^n 1 ? ^3U=i • hbi? ^pn ^prr d^jdfi 

Tip^'w H?$3 rvixn • *&}j?n> *T5W W?rnn 

♦mi *rna ^x ^a • n$n wixsni ♦nWm 

nrp Bhrn rraaki S? • T^ iron Sx tfjn dw 



55 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FOURTH DAY, 

everlasting strength ; the host of heaven worship him ; the 
Seraphim stand near him, to minister to him. He is holy in 
all manner of holiness ; three bands of holy angels thrice 
rehearse a holy praise to him. The living God exists 
eternally ; he is the Lord of heaven, and the Lord of the 
earth. He is my life's support from the womb ; he is- 
jealous of his enemies ; he is the horn of my salvation, and 
is near to them who call on him ; he is far from all, yet he 
seeth all ; for though the Lord is high, yet hath he respect 
to the lowly. The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want 
anything ; he is great in power, and of abundant mercy to 
all ; the Lord is merciful, he healeth, and bindeth up the 
broken-hearted, and suppresseth iniquity. My friend is 
altogether lovely; his judgments are true, sweet, and desirable; 
he is the first and the last, from eternity to eternity ; for 
thou, God, inhabitest eternity. He beareth rule, and 
is the King of heaven ; throughout all generations will we 
praise, extol, and glorify him. The Lord God is a ruler 
and a shield ; he is the righteous Judge, and casteth down 
those that are on high. His excellent power we cannot find 
out ; he is exalted by his power, and who is like him ? 
His name is rrnbw for peace is his ; for he speaks peace to 
his pious servants. The name of the Lord is, I am that 
I am ; he is strong as the powerful unicorn, as the young 
lion, and as the great lion. The Almighty is my light, my 
King, and my God; praise ye the Lord. my soul, 
praise his name. Thou wilt shew thyself upright to the 
righteous, even the posterity of the three shepherds ; thou 
wilt shew thyself merciful and pure with them ; but with 
the perverse, wilt thou shew thyself froward to destroy them. 
Thy ways are perfect, thou who art mighty above all ; 
thou alone canst perform all things ; thou art my hope for 
whom I wait, the earnest desire and wish of my soul. He 
is my praise, glory, and strength ; he brought me forth, and 
took me out of my mother's bowels. He is perfect in 
knowledge ; /at- he is the God of knowledge, the one God, 
who searcheth all hearts at once. 



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*ma nnx M3BP n*? • pvtia nj$ ^fte* *9 

t tetf xS YOW* * *11 *WR TO^W 

TjpS^p $?hj x 1 ?? * ^-frs ^3p x 1 ? 

^tin mi3 Dnng 1 ? xSi • ^n 1 ? $ *?* zbyb 

nnn D^pgfe *p&tfty f D*1H8 b^^ JOT s&| 

^nx wnh vb sfyap ■ ^nx?? ij* b Mj mn?i 

Y1331 ^rnin'i • YF 1 *? Tj?n nm 

spj^S ttt?38t nisx TJJ nnx • ^rv Sy_ wn'Sx 

nirn? *3 nixn:? ^n? * n*#? rfjj fiVKU ^ 

WX P T^S^ * VT3R ^3 T5T! tfKj? 
np^ xS na^a Tpn 1 ? • mr hb Sx nnxB> 

r ': - ■. ■ t ; | : - : t:-t •• t-t 

nmu xS ifflb oil • ran 1 ? xS "nroxSa mfewS 
hb nmw x'b hb rxa txi • Sin *teS n*n »3 

T S ~ I " |": t: - ••;• t't 

^g pxi spa? pcj * ^t Sx jriii xSi 
htfia nSi irrti x'Si Dp *&] ♦ nxSm tx ?a yixh xS 

t : • : T s " : It ; t;tt t | • ^ - : • 

h^p\ bx prix] jrefcn * Sx svn? xS *}*£!» dji 
nnx ififcn nnx * • nnv»i tit nnx ^rfc 

tv ; t v t: t ; • t t - t 



56 THB UNITY HYMN FOR THB FIFTH DAY. 



THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FIFTH DAY. 

-pttrj *b "WHO is like unto thee, who teachest knowledge ? 
The speech of the lips hast thou created : thy thoughts are 
profound and high, and there is no end to thy years. No 
one taught thee thy wisdom, and instructed thee in thine 
understanding: thou didst not receive thy kingdom, nor 
inherit thy dominion. For it hath been, and ever will be 
thine only, and none else shall partake of thy glory and 
majesty ; neither wilt thou give thy praise to strange gods, 
or molten images. For all honour and glory is from thee, 
but no stranger shall share thy glory with thee : thou, thy 
law, and thy servants all testify of thy unity. Our God> 
thou art a true witness of thy unity, as we are thy servants : 
no god ever preceeded thee, nor was any strange god 
concerned with thee in thy work. Thou wast not advised, 
nor taught, when thou didst create the creatures, for thou 
didst understand all from the depth of thine own thoughts, 
and all thy works are from thine own heart. Verily, we 
have declared a part of thy ways, and which we know but 
through thy works ; that thou art the God who hast alone 
created all, without diminishing aught from thyself. Neither 
wast thou straitened in the performance of thy work, nor 
didst thou need help ; for thou didst exist before all : when 
there was none, thou couldst not require help of any. For 
the love of thy servants hast thou created all thy glory ; and 
thenceforward, it hath not been heard, that any have 
arisen, existed, or been seen, neither is any good known 
except thee, nor any like thee, nor any besides thee ; and 
after thee no good will exist, for thou art the first and the 
last, even the God of Israel. Blessed be the Lord, who is 
the peculiar One; the Lord is One, and his name is One; 
vol. u. 8 



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^nxn} dx *4) fnrt*}5J pgi ♦ ^JVJT WW ^ px 

^ Sr ryhs* nrix 55 ; tan nmn pm$ n^8 Sa 

•TjnSn D'pfex pfec *3 ■ $ita pfci '^Ififi px 

x^ x 2 ? Tjea p$j| # x!?5 n'gny Sxn nnx 

mfonj nb>iy ^n 1 ? D*riSg * ni^nn icjil *J»M '0 

ipjrtotb tt?| naiD px p)x • Ypwi** PI nim« px 

TR&jp n^nj px ? ^nnotig rtfofc p« 

•?|W T 5S3 rmg px t)X • ^$$1 103 rg&§ px 

YWnj? iD5 wq^ pfc ■ ^nsrp fte*ij? pk 

^njwrq njpBfa pat • ^jnpnv ^ n^nv pg 

iftyraoj Djpfi bip px • npgWfflp jrroj px 

Y)0^ib2 nwjn pst • ^larjg bwi px 

^nnx$n d^3 x^5& p«i * ^ujfciTM n?)r|t ?^ PS 

Mflrtj M>jr6 D^n 1 ? Tjn^T3 ' D^rt? D >l ?x ^rfiatf ^3 

*pn££ xb $rh) up ta} • ^f«n^ vb vpyf} *$%) 

tf&trinrn D^pipn ^a • tfmnp ta sprigs? x 1 ? 

D^pp) D^^a ^ fejv xS • D^prj Tinx 1 ? anftj nnx 

^nnjl mo n?» nan 1 ? • ^rfl&w mnx 1 ? sot& 

spirt^ xSi : spriD; xS • *|W5i£ xS ^JTjS 

DT£X n 1 ? Portia ^jn • d^vvt ^ rixa ngn ^ro? 

nw& Tjae y^t PS) * ^-^ ^$ n 5V? **** 



57 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE FIFTH DAY. 

for who is there, that is able to do according to thy work, 
thy actions, and thy mighty works 1 There is no formation 
but what thou hast formed, nor is there any creature but 
what thou hast created ; whatever thou desirest, thou canst 
perform in all things, because thou art exalted above all. 
There is none like thee, nor is there any except thee ; for 
there is no god besides thee ; thou art the Q-od who workest 
wonderfully, and nothing is hidden from thee. Who is 
like unto thee, tremendous in praises? Thou, God! 
performeth great things alone ; there are no prodigies like 
thy prodigies, nor any wonders like thy wonders. There is 
no understanding like thy understanding, nor any greatness 
like thy greatness ; for thy thoughts are exceedingly profound, 
and the paths of thy w ays are high. There is no majesty 
like thy majesty, nor any meekness like thy meekness. 
There is no holiness like thy holiness, nor any society like 
thy societv. There is no righteousness like thy righteousness, 
nor any salvation like thy salvation. There is no power like 
thy power; nor any voice like the roaring of thy mighty 
thunder. There is no mercy like thy mercy, nor any 
graciousness like thy graciousness. There is no divinity 
like thy divinity, nor any thing wonderful like thy glorious 
name. For thy names are the swift angels, who when thou 
rememberest the oppressed, hasten to perform wonders for 
them; the astrologer and magician cannot force thee, nor 
any form of witchcraft overcome thee. All the wise men, 
soothsayers, and magicians, cannot conquer thee ; thou dost 
reverse the devices of the sages : the subtle prognosticators 
cannot reverse thy purposes, nor frustrate the secret counsel 
of thy decree ; they cannot obstruct thy will, neither can 
they hasten or retard thee. Thy counsel frustrates the- 
counsel of all the counsellors, and thy strength weakens the 
heart of the mighty : thou dost command, and thy dread 
leads them into the straight path ; but there is none to» 
superintend, or command thee. Thou art the hope of all, 



: wan n\h twsi *w ro 

njnn tfM njjsj ^ ^ ■ npj Wtf) njpa n$x 

Djwpg px ^ n#$ *\p\ by\ • djjjjj ^ on^|n bpi 

^H RW j*x \s ' if QlB&fc Dnin#rij& «f? 

ti*Jh»j ^j nf^n ;w : # tt^tt ^5) p % 91 pSI 

du: ? ^ way b& • CAHE) w ? <3& n5)n 9 

faa; S>22? hart psx * ^ psta pi Sjp pi 

dSij/? iaeh pWj ba • d^wi ajta S2& a&j 

t ^ : t ; v t • t : v : t ; • t • t ; • 

p*fli b^ p- 1 ?*?. ba * p^ nina ba nina 

pian v^ t njft S| 55 • ppy T bo p^jn nap 

n#ixa b iS ttwwfe b*«3! ♦ mam sn&i bbj? tw 

t : t :-: • : t;t;^t- v ~ | •• r 

npn n^3 h smto 16 • na?) ^jj iS wire x 1 ? 
SffiK fill nix ^W iiirn • Setpi «B#i njnjr; ffij^ 

s»$ m yfe van h$ &t\ wsgfi nx-p h q*k£& a&i 

ton na xw&S ujnaa ■ vrobsn vhsto Sna 

nnve Djrrj (Ngv Si) <n • nnx nw Trt^ xintf 

ffjj? v6x K$5 J3 ^a * DTp ^Pk n tf ^ n $ 

Vac hi mh 9 qjrr * ^ nx mxa b ^3 iniawa 

D^ya rofaa ^ fcjh; • d^ nwna vwa n^xa 

t^t; t • : • ** ST t-s t;t; * - : - v -; - 

t ^ » v; • *i -t V^ ; - ; t t ; 



58 THE UNITY HYMN FOIl THB FIFTH DAY. 

but thou dost not hope ; and all who hope in thee satisfy 
their soul ; and all creatures with all their high conceited 
imaginations cannot be estimated with thee. Their thoughts 
are not like thy thoughts ; for there is no Creator besides 
thee ; no similitude can reach our God, nor can any, search 
the exaltation of our Lord. Thou art more concealed and 
hidden than any concealed or hidden treasure : thou art 
more subtle than the most imperfect tenuity : more private 
than any privacy ; and more powerful than any power. 
Thou art exalted above every exaltation, and more secret 
than any thing hidden ; and thy name is Eternal. Thou 
art elevated above all elevation, and high above all heights, 
and every hiding place. He is hidden, and more profound 
than all profundity, and every intelligent heart is bewildered 
in searching for him : for no intelligence, knowledge, or 
wisdom, can liken any thing to him. No quality or 
quantity can be applied to him, nor any likeness, accident, 
chance, mutability, union, association, dependence, light, or 
darkness, be attributed to him. No form or colour can be 
attributed to him, nor any natural substance, essential, or 
incidental ; all thoughts are therefore perplexed, and all 
number confused; and all thoughts and imaginations are 
wearied in forming conceptions, to estimate, or circumscribe 
him, to mark his form, or reveal him. We have diligently 
searched him with all our intellectual powers, to find out 
what he is ; but were not able to find him, nor to know 
him ; however, by his works we understand that he alone is 
the only Creator, the living, Almighty, and peculiar wise 
Being ; that he existed before all ; and is therefore called 
the Eternal God. When he made all things from nought, 
we knew that he was Almighty; when all his works are 
done in wisdom, we know that he formed them in under- 
standing. When he renews them all daily, we know that he 
is the everlasting God ; and as he existed before all of them, 
we know that he is the living and ever-existing God. We 



: wan dvS ninn w &i 

oSiyS (D T »j?v *n Mm ^ up£ • dSdS Dnip wn yfei 

ijhfletb kSi uj^a • «ixv nna nrnnS p$ 

Jinan) nS nxin 1 ) S$t?S • *Tffl^ &$i) tigth 

nxj?3 Wfl p« Sri 1 ) [tfe nS} • j$3l Tjlfif? ^3^11) nS^ : 

p^3 nb^3 tfinwi ■ D^fe»1 DV^S S| 

rrajfl rmg\ nmrj b6b^ • rvro h#£] rfngtf y3#] 

nn^ dSs Dxns *wi *3 • nnx dh pk aniM p 

- T f \ T T ; • TV " I " * " " 1^ 

W£ &|«i H3X" en • tefav ept 6n: dS^ 
nSiyS nnx D»pi *n ^ • tb$ nSn™ timh niwi 

t^: t- t|-: - • t\ v-: -;- t - : 



: W urh i)r$ft tip 

wiflsh n&B© n&T *&? ! mw te *0 ^b r\m 

^bihy. kS d?o£ ^i * ^?! nS nran&jn S^ 

D"n tfriSx tjbd • D"n d*& ^Sw tk 
..... i ... , . . . . . . T T 

t^ja&n p (p?&) ttup^j • d:d *dji px ntfjn 

cran Sy_ pan tfjjtfi • d?#£i ^S ntra 

•?|n^3 njj?. J33TVJ *&] * ^3^ ^n S| ivfejj 

■sjtbi ■sjjgfi Sin I *pj$ % pa nyiD 

^ sjrro3 S? DSiyS^ • ^rartj nny_ js tk ^ni3 

fifpcty n*S ^ro*6?5 '3 ' rij$ $] n§5P T «k| 

sf3P«o? ^?n npgw • sptnp ba ^pr-Q ^ 

*#3 ns; w£a Sin • wins n'S) mnnx aS} 

nSys Si ^ Sin nxi • renn Si ne«Kfi *>30 



59 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SIXTH DAY. 

must not form imaginations concerning him who formed us 
either in our heart or our discourse, so as to estimate hia 
by extension, or like him by union and form. Neither 
dare we consider him as root or plant, nor as a species, 
power, or limited thing, ; all the ocular things, intelligent 
beings, and sciences, are included in ten terms, saven 
essentials, and six accidentals ; three decrees, seasons, and 
measures. But, lo, none of these, not even one of them, 
is applicable to the Creator ; for he hath created them all : 
they all shall wax old, and be changed ; they shall perish, 
and be utterly consumed; but thou shalt continue 
while they all waste away ; for thou art the lrdng, ever- 
existing, and eternal God. 



THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SIXTH DAY. 



-pnb nn« Thou alone art the Former of all things; and 
it is manifest that the work cannot be likered to its maker ; 
all the countries cannot contain thee, and even the heavens 
cannot support thee. Aforetime the living waters were in 
dread of thy presence, thou living God 1 The earth trembled, 
and the waters fled, and dropped from the heavens. Thou 
alone didst expand the heavens, and stretchedst out the earth 
above the waters ; thou didst perform all thy desire alone, 
and didst not need any help. There is none able to support 
thee, for all is from thee, and thy hand ; as thy power and 
knowledge was in former times, so are they now; and thy glory 
shall ever be with thee. Thou wert not faint, or weary, for 
thou didst not labour in thy work ; for all that thou didst 
desire to make and form, was done, by thy word and command 
only. Thou didst not delay it, nor hasten it, but didst 
make every thing beautiful in its time; thou didst create 
every thing from nought, and didst form all tilings from 
nothing. Before any foundation existed, thou didst fcund 



tyh$ hb sjwh prjp ♦ ww; ^bn to; «fc njri 

nfcny wn nn^ hi «f«i ■ rtrtwi nart *& spyj|| 

iy# *fc nam !?a Sk ? rrai *& ^r$y$h 

men *& tpik im ■ nrotf *6 wen ^a 

t;tt tv tt: t;-t |:;v » « 

n^s & D3 pn nni • p\bivr\ nVi mom i& 

t : 'tt t I •* t t : t ; - v: v : t : - v: v 

on^a wp^ nyana > arriw naana rrfenn 

I »" ^--: t T • -: t;t; t • - 

dw nit:] sgpg) n&xa f d^pg nnnx tjjj jygfcoe 

^ix jnn bpist ^ffe - !?3^k pii <n Ss x*S tbj 
SbS n|te* Van »ft* ■ Sa ^3 &&te paw pwai 

D^nnxS cniran tx • p*Ji#rjn pro rrc^tf 

• -: - t t • v: t • • t • t v : 

nbh'w h)ftb iwimb ttx * nebfc£ to nw tx 

t : - • ; V •• t ; - - T • t T 

nSnan:) mxa Sb nnxi - nSn-i mxa tw ^3 dim 

T : • ~ : • : - - : t;-t | ; t v v : 

vih rvixn am« jo ny ■ #aiS wi tin rtrf? rag tx 

t ^~ t»: :|":t 

erafepo nn^a aisn xram • b % arti onW? D3 n^ 

• : : * _ : t t: • t : • : r » r* f* 

o^fn (jpj^ 0.9) Sr ^V; 9V1 ' d^ p^? nplpQ rwnip 



60 THB UNITY HYMN FOR THE SIXTH DAY. 

all ; and didst suspend all things by the will of thy spirit ; 
thy everlasting arms support all things from the beginning 
to the end, and are not wearied. Nothing is difficult in thy 
sight, and whatever thou desireth, thy spirit performeth ; 
thou canst not be likened to thy work ; nor be equalled with 
any form. No work preceded thy work ; thy wisdom 
arranged all ; they did not exist earlier or later than was 
agreeable to thy will, nor were they deficient or redundant 
to thy desire. Thou didst not forget aught of what thou 
didst desire, nor wast thou defective in any one thing : thou 
wast not deficient or redundant, nor didst thou form any 
useless thing among them. Thou didst praise them, and 
who can despise them, for no reproachful thing hath been 
heard of them ; thou didst begin their formation in wisdom, 
and with knowledge and understanding didst perfect them. 
From the beginning to end they are formed in truth and 
rectitude, and are truly good ; thou didst cause thine abundant 
mercy and kindness to precede the work of thy hands. For, 
verily, thy mercy and kindness hath ever been on thy servants ; 
for before any living creature was formed, food was prepared ; 
so that before the eater existed, thou didst prepare his food. 
The canopy of heaven, and the waters of the sea, didst thou 
form to supply the necessity of all creatures ; thus were the 
creations of the first three days, preparatory to the last 
three days. Then didst thou cover thyself with light as with 
a garment, and wast clothed with a robe of light: before any 
creature was formed, thou wast exceedingly great, and after 
all was made thou wast exceedingly exalted. Thus before 
any garment existed, thou wast clothed in honour and glory ; 
and before any weaver was created, wast thou clothed in 
majesty : thou wast covered with light, as with a garment 
and a robe, and the heavens were expanded as a curtain, 
in which thou didst form paths for the luminaries which 
run and return in due order. Thou didst make a division 
between the waters with the heavenly expanse ; in which 
element, the moving creatures have their habitations and 



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nai3 ^ njc6 ^U8 • n^n« n^ 1 ? ifl{81 *£& 
nW T n^Nt Dn^n Sk • n»to? |j p^ pjji 

nro> f>Sri vSm nnm ♦ nnn rtja Tfc>y& ^ 

t- - t;- - _ : t- t; | * ~: - t 

prfr k% ^rmp by • j«yi ij» Dna nfeg^ 

vt;«: v I -:-: - t : t ; t • *» 

D*rib*f d!?V3 ^? W#? '3 ' B^S ^n 13TJ?? ?# 
riMna obi din *rrc • nanx *jb by nyia *fc 

t:t; t •.. : tt •• : t tt-: ~j ^» tl^S" t 

Y^v» b$ t; *jnP • Y &Ep ite? fojfl ai 



rana p by tobti dv • nra yatfn ova ?k 

T . . .. j .. ^. T __ T ._^. ... _ T 

namr ny baa ttdh • na^ny fibrin byia b:> byi 
cbiy 'afcw cwi D^ribN ■ cba -rcv * m 

r ' |v r • - v: t % - tj \ T 

^jHDrii sp$rn in • *fpz by cbiya *s 

17693 ife? % 3 SHin 1 ? • nibnn ans&f\ 

Drvpibxai vhnz d*b&0 • ens nie>ya D\iba ba by 

v • : • t : v t -;- • v: t w - 

urn nhhsn yr\ ■ ttrj sjbr *pD d! ^y r j?a3 

d^ te&3 D^ayn Din • d*dbti t& cay «jm 
nay *6 trx n* rnxs • nrr£):n dddS nyn^ 



61 THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SIXTH DAY, 

food ; and fowl that may fly in the open air, under the 
expanse of heaven : the earth was clothed with grass and 
herbage, food for beasts and cattle. In a rich soil didst 
thou plant a garden for man whom thou hadst made; a 
help-mate didst thou make for him, to supply his wants 
and necessities. All thy works, didst thou 1 deliver into 
his hand, and didst place all things under his feet; that 
he might thereof offer bulls, and sheep, to be accepted on 
thine altar. Thou didst make him a garment to minister 
in holiness, honour, and glory ; and didst endow him with 
the wisdom of God, for thou didst form him in thine image. 
Thou didst not withhold from the face of the earth any thing 
necessary for man, but didst form all in wisdom : thy works 
are exceedingly great and abundant ; and they all shall praise 
thy name, Lord. Thy works are exceedingly great and 
abundant, and all thy works shall praise thee, Lord, for 
thou didst form all for thine own sake, and created all for thy 
glory. 



THE UNITY HYMN FOR THE SABBATH DAY. : 

tw Then didst thou rest on the seventh day, and didst 
therefore bless the Sabbath-day ; all creatures shall arrange 
praise, and thy pious servants shall continually bless thee. 
Blessed be the Lord, who formed them all ; the living God, 
and everlasting King ; for thine abundant mercy and kindness 
have ever been on thy servants. In Egypt didst thou begin 
to let mankind know that thou wast exceedingly exalted 
above all gods, when thou didst bring great judgements 
upon them, and upon their gods. When thou didst divide 
the Red sea, thy people saw thy great hand, and were 
afraid : thou didst lead thy people, to make thy name 
illustrious and to shew thy mighty power. Thou didst 
speak with them from heaven, the clouds also dropped 
water ; thou didst know their journey through the wilderness, 
a waste land, where no man passed. Thou didst give thy 



D^ Seal Dy?« ien^ ' WSR D'31 D75B BhJ? 

ttttnj ninaa 5 nviijs ■ nnin) d^ji vw tc»$ 

^jjb iva n^w • ^j? vs. «? arms 

*p3K •pa n*« tp# • •spiKS ntfjst nb mjNhi 

pnv «£& T^P V * PHV W wjr db> *3 

j; ijStf mi np* ♦ 5 npn ^rj^ ira 

-: - t - . .. 1 .. . . T . T . v . 

tftrcw Sy nb>b> n#K3 ' wSy ka swfi * 

t ^ : I : v : • •• : : - : t 

m$j *j9# tyfo q • rejoe YW n ^ V : 

t : • -v:v v|v - • : t ; ; • t t | vv •• ; • 

sjjirj rtib$> twen '3 • yjj ^1x3 ^y na ps 
u|i| ^y iQ"&90 f U*Wj n$?$n sjfwsa 

dSd sj^j ^y Sy_ • n^p nyb ^? nvn ttjyjn? 
^tnw? nth %SW • ^nSnp ngp? Ttan) 

■spyw ^n3jn n$e b r\$ >| • tpo; ^y ^nrnstf) 

W3* w bs ^1313*0 • wq nSSnx mya *m 

•t: ••: t ~ 5* "i* •: t : - -: • ^ : • -: ~ 



62 THB UNITY HYMN FOR THB SABBATH DAY. 

people heavenly corn, flesh, as plenty a3 the dust, and water 
from the rock; thou didst drive out many nations and 
people, that they might inherit their land, and the labour 
of the people, that they might observe thy statutes and laws ; 
for the words of the Lord are pure words ; they were fed and 
delighted with a rich pasture, and they had streamlets of oil 
from the flinty rock. When they had rest, they built the 
holy city, and glorified thy holy temple ; and thou didst say, 
here will I dwell unto the utmost length of days, and will 
surely "bless her provision : for there they shall sacrifice 
the sacrifices of righteousness; thy priests shall also te 
clothed with righteousness : the house of Levi shall shout 
and sing sweet songs of psalmody : the house of Israel, and 
those who fear the Lord, shall honour and praise thy name, 
Lord. Thou hast been exceedingly good to the former 
generations, mayest thou thus be beneficent to the latter. 
Lord, mayest thou now rejoice over us, as thou didst 
rejoice over our ancestors, to do good unto us, and to 
multiply us, and we will praise thy name for ever, because 
thou hast been good to us. Lord, rebuild thy city speedily, 
for it is called by thy name ; revive also the kingdom of^ 
David in it, and dwell in the midst of it for ever, Lord. 
There will we sacrifice the sacrifices of righteousness, and 
the pleasant meat-offering, as in the days of old. bless 
thy people with the light of thy countenance, for they are 
desirous to perform thy will : and may it be thy will to 
grant our desire ; for thou hast chosen us to be thy peculiar 
people; and may thy blessing be upon thy people for ever; 
and we will continually declare thy praise, and praise thy 
glorious name : and may thy people be blessed with thy 
blessing, for all those whom thou blessest are blessed. As 
for me, I will praise my Creator while I exist, and bless 
him all the days of my appointed time. May the name 
of the Lord be blessed for evermore, and throughout all 
eternity. 



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♦ Dbiyn ijr; D^iyn p b$& \nbx 5 ipn? Bites 
ainb n&Ki bwn ray : "b bbni px nyn bij hbtfh 

••v:v - t : • t "^t t~ - - : J •• t ^tt t ; - 

t t : t • t : *t *-: t : w t | • | •• t ; t t v: 

bwanpi jn&r n*bn math • tdmi : k*pi nb n amttja 

•• • :|-: f- - •' 1 - 1 - -v:v: • - • t ; : 

nx SD53 ^P ^ nn s noatf mm rrmtf matfn ^ 

•ft t : - ; t;~: t • tTf" t ; : - -: • t 

p Sansr mS*t " '^na * ntxoi : nbnni ftrta S2 hy 

- t : • •• vj t; I t - v: v : t • : t t : t *L 

|t • t v- t|t- t «• *—i t: v • t I v t ;- 

: D^y iyi D^iya wsk banfe* mbx M nm 

t * ^-; t ^ - • t - t : • ~ v: t: t - 



V 



: il^l tip 
irigp ^§3 ^ ^ • ai^ d^tb^ nrnuf d$jk 

^yh W *gf? rpm • ^pi^33 H31 T© 
niYT : *v#3 "T33$ $&#! • rinjgsi ^l "fins j3 ^y 

Yjin td| n?Ej jvot • Tj*pg 7©3 f apj n -3 

IWMJi S?3 inx sjai • winnn nni ^V^on 
n^inri^) nn^? sp?^h 15^ • nnri3 , i njj?? sra «n^j 

1 tt TJ* *t t|; ; ";~ • ; T |l* 



((3 THB UNITY HYMN FOR THE BABBATH DAY. 

CStrtfi As is written, Blessed be the Lord, God of Israel 
for ever and ever ; and all the people said, Amen, and praised 
the Lord. Daniel answered and said, blessed be the name of 
God for ever and ever; for wisdom and might are his. 
Then the Levites, Joshua, and Kadmiel, Bani, Hashbeniah, 
Sherebiah, Hodiah, Shechaniah, and Pethahiah, said, stand 
ye up, and bless the Lord your God for ever and ever ; 
and blessed be thy glorious name, which is exalted above 
all blessing and praise. And it is said, blessed be the Lord 
God of Israel for ever and ever : and all the people said, 
Amen, Hallelujah! And it is said, and David blessed 
the Lord before all the congregation; and David said, 
blessed be thou, Lord God of Israel, our Father, for ever 

and ever. 

— ♦ 1 

THE GLORIFICATION HYMN. 
BflWM I will tune hymns, and compose songs, for my 
soul panteth after thee; my soul longeth to be in the 
shadow of thy hands, to be acquainted with the most hidden 
secrets. Whenever I speak of thy glory, my heart is moved 
towards thy love : I, therefore, will speak glorious things of 
thee : and will glorify thy name with songs of love. I 
will declare thy glory, though I have not seen thee ; I will 
liken thee and name thee, though I cannot know thee; by 
the hand of thy prophets, by the secret of thy servants, hast 
thou given a similitude of the glorious honour of thy majesty. 
They made mention of thy greatness and might, but only 
according to the most powerful of thy works ; they have 
likened thee, but not as thou really art; they have equalled 
thee, according to what they have seen of thine acts. They have 
likened thee to a number of forms; yet, with all the similitudes, 
thou art but the immutable one : thus have they seen thee 
in old age and youth, and the hair of thy head both grey and 
black. Venerable in judgment, and youthful in battle; 
as a mighty warrior, whose power is invincible. With the 



lenj? 8r# W$ ^ ny;t$hn • iBfohs njpBh 57312 ehrt 
nM? s vtn wifjtt ♦ *&B3 ibWi tyhin \Sbo 

t : t •• • : t\|: t : • *• ~s^ 

*3? nntDi; 1 ? ^ nw tfvij • *3 f an ^ 9 •**$$ 

iBhp dp niM rrca Sy pro ♦ itfan toe« IB iina dm 

: I T ; - v ■"- I - : : t t 

WrttW D^n^n vnisjj? • nnra ^33 itrxh ffifibflft 

mn&b> fifth hy m rhw • vnaen ^x bran rm 

v v : • • : » : | • : v v -: t ; t • : t -. ; 

dim vrjn ny *\mb • Diay hft® DKbo tf«tt» 

t : • t ^- : |; t •/-:■• i ;*' v v -: t t : • -i 

dhk& itfoa bum stm • ens leteM? onw ns 

■.•:•■ : : t ; t t : • t : 

vry t^S * rtraa •rafc nann rWt ?«to 
nNannb Da rn^nn ntfv ♦ *w^ d*im uaya rom 

•• t : • : t • ; •• •• t : • t -: *- : v 

wr\ iffin pa niro to * #&h& *ttip rm i^x\ tfth 
YVs aTj?fi *nn! # Y^R *° *TNP? p&n n$ 

nnitop pan *n^rn • rnm : y&ifrh TO *J&5to 

TS3 pnv i^tt ^rtfi * t#6 &H? rbvr) tftar© 

efoh D'&fcqa Y? nj3 prnwj ♦ bah s? yjgjn $crvj3fl 

tSk ;rran *&to *s ♦ Yfea wfc> kj aw 

J V • -; - • ; - • I V *t • • T -XIV 



c5^ 



64 THE GLORIFICATION HYMN. 

helmet of salvation on his head, his own right hand, and his 
holy arm wrought salvation for him. His head wa3 filled 
with the dew of herbs, and his locks with the drops of the 
night. He was glorified in me, because he delighted in me, 
and he shall be a beauteous crown to me. His head is like 
the most fine gold, and on his forehead is engraven the 
glory of his holy name. He was crowned by his people, 
with a most beautiful, graceful, and glorious diadem. The 
locks of his head as in the days of youth; his locks are 
bushy and black : may the rebuilding of the righteous 
habitation (Jerusalem), the residence of his glory, precede 
his greatest joy. May his peculiar people be a crown in his 
hand, and a royal diadem of glorious beauty: those who 
were borne by him, he exalted them, he bound them on him 
as a crown ; from the time that they were precious in his 
sight, he honoured them. His glory is on me, and my glory 
is on him ; and he is near to me, when I call on him ; he 
is white and ruddy, though his garment will be red, of blood 
when he cometh from Edom ; from treading the wine vat. 
The knot of the phylacteries he shewed to the meek 
(Moses), when the similitude of God was before his eyes : the 
Lord taketh pleasure in his people, he will adorn the meek ; 
he who awaits the praises of Israel will be glorified through 
them. 




VOL. IIj 9 



: nnnir nbsn 



On entering the Synagogue, l>ovr towards the Ark, and say the following. 

•; : ^$ff 3 I^Tf? ^FO'S nywx ^ya amx tjiph 
nywx *R$i tTpag |3f^ op? ^3 pp^i *i33p$ 
fnn n & " ' iPBW **? : *S Vr'W? nrQK njp^fl 

v r:|v -| : ||v : - t ; • »; 



B«fbre the Serrice, say the following. 



: TTpx yap %( ? IfflTW ^ ^,38p^3 TP^Tj? ?*f 
^^R *#ft : ^OW pprp n^^x 5j$s njnx p-rc? ♦)$ 
Yfi W? % j«jb ^p yw : nrw *rf?x wp« \) wi&a 
:*3Kfipiwi tSx wi&> mSa * : ^Bhp tottk «t wm 

.,-• r ;•- l.v •• • :,- t v: x: |,v :| T( : v -t : . t; 

: viSk tfiK iron nnx *nSmn * Jr»a : snpna ^y^n 
t v; t , " : v " ; " }" :,t t: l: ,,v y : 

♦♦ Bhnn-bK wot-to nrixn » wicri * ' wan to&# 

tvi f - • t : ■ v t | • - : - • t : - : t: • t • * t ; p 

: ^ in? i rrn » ♦arn ;rW 

: Tfa * JV3 ^ DnaiKa wab in 1 ? mWsn tb> 

|«» •• t: "» ■ • ; • : ,- t • t; -: - - 

*jn# Sip 1 ? riyf?j3n : :n hhw rcsnai tgHprSv oix pfr 

*b *p}ym Sx *:)38p-*2 TW$ ^ : »]|Xg) v'T'Tgg 
: * ^Tn^ D^nps? TKftsj rrjeg ^|p : 'flies $fc# 



MORNING SERVICE. 



On entering the Synagogue, bow towards the Ark t and say the following, 

yzterxn "How goodly are thy tents, Jacob! thy 
tabernacles, Israel! And in the greatness of thy benevolence, 
will I enter thy house ; in reverence of thee, will I bow down 
towards the temple of thy holiness. Lord ! I love the 
habitation of thy house, and the dwelling-place of thy glory. 
I therefore will prostrate myself, bow down, and bend the 
knee before the Lord my maker. And I will offei my prayer 
unto thee, Lord ! in an acceptable time : in thine abundant 
mercy, God ! answer me in the truth of thy salvation." 

Before the Service, say the following. 

Tnxnv ^3« "I call on thee, for thou wilt answer me, 
God ; incline thine ear unto me, and hear my speech. In 
righteousness shall I see thy face, and be satisfied in 
contemplating thy similitude. And I put my trust in thee, 

Lord ! I have said, Thou art my God. Hear the voice of 
my supplications, when I cry unto thee, when I lift up my 
hands to thy holy dwelling. Lord, my God ! I cried unto 
thee, and thou hast healed me. Upon thee, Lord ! will I 
call ; and unto the Lord will I make supplication. Cause thy 
face to shine upon thy servant, save me in thy loving-kindness. 
Unto thee, Lord ! do I hope ; answer thou me, Lord, 
my God. Hear my prayer, Lord ! and give ear to my cry ; 
be not silent to my tears. Hear, Lord I and be gracious 
unto me ; Lord ! be thou my help." 

mbs^n TW "A Song of Degrees of David. — I rejoiced 
when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord. 

1 rejoice at thy word, as one who findeth great spoil. Hearken 
unto the voice of my cry, my King, and my God ! when I 
pray unto thee. In the morning, Lord ! thou wilt hear my 
voice ; in the morning will I address my prayer unto thee, 
and will hope. I call on thee, because thou wilt answer me, 
God ; incline thine ear unto me, and hear my words. My 
feet stand iii the straight path ; in the assembly will I praise 
the Lord." 



tttto mh mn» rtan 



ID 



i uwMrSK ny rxi xxftj • naneft *n vrbx Vw 

• v w " I • : t : - ; • ; v: ; 

j irvnnx 1 ? tpo ps tan oSyj • mnjg tit p*l. in$ 
OTHJ5 vSx ipsa &6 * tpa mg\ yon TPtr\ h p$ 

wtixji wn pxi p#ki •*rj33 *\m ^TT^i? p&Tf? 
tn^S^ inVu mv * nxir W? nViy nnx tan 

: t ••. : v t t : t w ~: • 

imxsm m^D ^jx-Sx ♦mi inxtt:> y*& 

vowrw ^35} x^n: • my ngfog W^.3 djj xb 

ws p«3 ik*33 it^a * ^ TB87 W T n^x mm 

irvflib D^yb im • t&* i& bxn tpSn; xb 

t; t^: t • t : t I ■ -»j~ 

m^np3 w tpD 1 ? trae • wpnp yirn n$i¥ 
Tn^pu? d# TJPlH f$ * nprrr© bx n*w dto 



irjn ^fe# na 1 ? 

mKsna nw x^m 

t t ; • : v :j- : 

t i • : ~ : • : ~ : 

n*ra ny:n ^nn myi 

tt W "j • : v : 

*nj?K DV3 W3 njS 

rry?Hi j&"x ny.3 

T • : ' T -; 



•^b "l^g thw pT8 

ba ward nb>irt nyS 

ban rvfcsa nrj$ 

nin x^ni n^n awn 

")& rx 1 ) inx wm 

rvTjn >l 73 rv#an 7? 

^ to ^>x xni : 

h vwfi w xirri 

wi tpsx rra 



wu *nn Djn 

• t • : W* 1 



66 MORNING 8EBVICR FOR MB DAT OF ATONEMENT, 

Vrf» 1. Extolled be the living God, and praised be he; lie 
existeth, but his existence is not bounded by time. 2. He is 
One, but there is no unity like unto his unity ; He is incom- 
prehensible, and also his unity is unending. 3. He hath no 
material form, he is incorporeal, and we cannot compare his 
holiness to aught that is. 4. He existed before all things that 
are created ; he is the first, but there is no beginning to his 
existence. 5. Behold! he is the Lord of the world; and 
through all the creation evinceth his mighty power and 
dominion. 6. The inspiration of his prophecy did he bestow 
on the men of his peculiar and glorious people. 7. There never 
arose a prophet in Israel, like unto Moses, who beheld God's 
similitude. 8. A true law hath God given to his people, by 
the hand of his prophet who was faithful in his house. 9. God 
will never alter nor change his law for any other. 10. He 
beholdeth and knoweth all our secrets ; for he vieweth the end 
of a thing at its commencement. 11. He bestoweth kindness 
on man according to his deeds, and sendeth evil unto the 
wicked according to his wickedness. 12. At the end of days 
will he send our anointed, to redeem those who hope for the 
accomplishment of his salvation. 13. The dead will God 
revive in his great mercy; blessed be his glorious name, 
praised for evermore. 

tabw 1TTN We adore the Lord of the universe, who reigned 
before everything that is formed was created. At the time 
that all was finished according to his pleasure, then was his 
name proclaimed as King. And after all things shall have 
ceased to exist, he alone will reign tremendous. For he ever 
was, is now, and will eternally exist in glory. And he is One, 
nor is there a second to be compared or associated with him. 
He is without beginning and without end, and to him alone 
appertain power and dominion. He is my God, and my living 
Redeemer, and the Rock of my portion on the day of distress. 
He is also my standard, and my refuge, the portion of my cup 
when I call. Into his hands do I commit my spirit, when I 
fall asleep, and when I awake ; and with my spirit my body 
also ; for the Lord is with me, and I will not fear. 

rtrw "[Tin Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of 
universe, who hast sanctified us with thy commaD Imenfcs, an< 
commanded us to wash our hands. 






: niM dv^ nnnp nSsn to 

*k on© nrtK dmd* ik one tik nns* dkb> ttim X53 
*fy$ S? K^n » nrix ^q • ^s/? 71a?!?) 0*j3W?V t#W 

: mm nyfc P^ 1 ? 
^?8 tep a^| *prnn nsrnx w$b& tl *Q"*T8P1 

I : - - t v:|v: ,- t v: v : '.(=-. n: • : »" 

" rojs fn? ^rrnn hot?) ^\w *sti) ttj?3 :b*n^ 

• -|t -. • ,t - ,r v -: t ^,t |v|v |- v: t: t - | t 

: JTT1TO JOT tl nj ?** yn* * ^7"? n * H? PW 

t t t: t • t|iv ••• • I iv - t t t; •• t J|v : : • ; *t | : vjt • 

75ix dw nnrr &k :rnm n^ni dhdpi wmjw 

■» t t jv • t : |- t : - : • » —. 

)n &$ :*qri dSij^ mp_ p^rrs njn nSiyn Esrnrte 
rta nejwi D^m tijsw Dtnia ttiffH tnjrpt\ map 

: d^3 1133 rrnn n^Sni 
w«ra nnx *x^n nninto ^ nro^ r\W) >rh$ 

tt; t- • t ; ti-tv tt^ -v: 

t~: :[•: t; _ : t ~ J t;-; t- t: _ : ■ 

prh} twaf? Tny 1 ? «i STfJSpfa 'JIO n^t? 1 ? ttb? 
♦ tnaj? *D^1 ^ J 1^ ^ n-jtb • ^np3 n$B>fnB> 



67 JfeOKJUKG SIBYKB TOR TBR DiT^OF ATOSEMEHT. 

mw irq Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the 
umv^se 1 who hast formed man m wisd ™5 «^g^ 
him onenino'S and tubes of various kinds. It is revealea i mm 
S™ before the throne of thy glory, that if but one of them 
Sr pened, or stopped it would be mp«»lj f° any to 
exist, or to abide before thee. Blessed art thou, Lord . wno 
healest all flesh, and workest wonderful things. 

__.. _.,_.. Ri p 9S ed art thou, Lord, our God! King oithe 
uuSwLtrsanrtified us with thy commandment., and 
W commanded us to study the words of the law 

M . ___-, We beseech thee, Lord, our God! to make the 

SuTLord ! VhSacSt the law to thy people Israel 

rt^w W %t1dttThou, O Lord! the g i- of the law. 

t4* "The Lord bless and preserve thee ! Je J^letU- 
feci shine upon thee, and be ^7*™ ° * ^^ ^ 
lift up his countenance unto thee, and give the peace. _ 

««-,i iSm These are the things which have no fixed _limt- 

taEyth" law ^ £ ^^^MSffi 

the offering on appearing at the temple : Quring 

acts of beneficence, and the study of the ^aw o ^ 

are the ~mm«J^wjW^^J^ ^^ 

enjoys the fruits m this worm, w f &cts Q1 

for the future one ; viz, honouring ^ d b tb moming 

beneficence ; ear *«^ £%£?*&& the sick;' 

and evening , ^PfT* at tendm" the dead to the grave ; 
portioning doweriess brute attend ^ ^ ^ . 

fiTe^ofthVC'of God ^equivalent to them all 
but ™ «JV * u hou Ust kced within me 

*nbs My God! the torn r , ^d breathed it into tie; 
is pure; thou hut ^cre ■*»«» . ' tbou wi i t hereafter take it 
thou also preserves! it within me , tnou j 

from me, and restore ^ m m ^"^dg before thee, 
tl^&TSA ST-J ^hers . that thou art S ov. 



j tos atb nnnp rtan no 

*vn#p ** nw ^13 : jnajftT^p |mj trtj^n ^ pan 

rh^> P» w P3 pnan 1 ? 

13», % #JW a^iyn "ftp u^ » nm ^ 
n#J ^ t nW tfwi $p vfa h nm -^ 

5 ttq|^ oVfon qSg u^ 5 now spra-pi. w„ m ,„ «^ 

* ffTp. nj?i3 Dbiyn ^5 b^j * nm ^ 

tmn Hi* thw # ti^ « nm ^13 

tn** iro dSijti ^ ap^ m nm ^3 
ma t)p.u D^n -£p wh<?N « nm ^ 

rrjdJ5 b*#! nw o^yri $fc u^ j nnx ^13 
J 133 ^V! 1 ? (OQo tahyn -ifa upSs* « nm <pn 

-vh) Kt?n *rt> ^ «^ w ^ • ^prtoa' uparn spYYina 
#t« TO T^Vp^ n.4-^. pn rrpy n4 
T-3 «Bp] 'D ianp sn trjaa ajprpi •jnj ijp m 
qaw • ^-ni^n 1 ? «•»» mn ^iai • D»aiB DtW^i' aio 



68 MO&!?IJr» 9*ftVlOB fOB THB DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

xeign of all creatures, and Lord of all souls. Blessed art thou, 
O Lord ! who restorest the souls unto the bodies of the dead. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, 
who givest to the cock knowledge, to distinguish between day 
and night. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, 
who hast not made me a heathen. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, 
who hast not made me a slave. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, 
who hast not made me a woman. 

(The Women Sat,) 
Bkssed t.rt thou, O Lord, our God! King of the universe, who hast made me according to thy irllL 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, 
who openest the eyes of the blind. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe 
who clothest the naked. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God! King of the universe, 
who settest at liberty those who are bound. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God! King of the universe, 
who raisest those who are bowed down. 

Blessed an thou, Lord, our God I King of the universe, 
who expandest the earth above the waters. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God 
who providest for all my wants. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God 
who ordainest the steps of man. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God 
who girdest Israel with might. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God 
who crownest Israel with glory. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, 
who givest strength to the weary. 

Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of the universe, who 
removes t sleep from my eyes, and slumber from my eyelids. 

■pm TPI And may it be acceptable in thy presence, Lord, 
our God • and God of our fathers, to cause us to walk in thy 
law, and to adhere to thy precepts : and lead us not into the 
power of sin, transgression, iniquity, temptation, or contempt ; 
also suffer not the evil imagination to have dominion over us ; 
and keep us far from bad men and wicked associates ? and 
cause us to adhere to our virtuous inclination, and to practice 
good deeds ; humbling our will that it may be subservient 



King of the universe, 
King of the universe, 
King of the universe, 
King of the universe, 



B^ttDTDEjb&u 5 nm ^rs it^ib dhoti uf?i?3ffl 

•• T ; • r'- ; 

i • - v -: | - v; t: t i"T : I r . 

xn T2nts\ jn tnx& • d^ rwwa d^s ny^ • av-72M 

#T " T| ^ T TT| • T -|- f *» B " T ; 

byafti ♦ n^p r pft • jvn#gn jtpra # p MsW JT) P$W 
:nn?"i5 uw pa* •wi? fc fl wn# ps •figfcpi 

Ttygyhy. rrriw ^fai| inpa kh# *n* dik mjjj dSij^ 
: -fow) tjaefy ogfyj n&K unj 

: aprjerrttj ap^tuj ^sjitffne wrjiprprnti wprrr© 
Dmain-^5 xSri * wpEHf tf'ao wiitn 5 ^3|b *©x]rn© 
t^ina jn& ^ d^mpii vn x^s b$i ^xi • waS rxa 

^ t - • 1 ■ -: - t - • ; " ; I |V t ; l« j" ; 

♦ ipteh bin djtti w\ • *rh Drrfcwb in ^ bibn 755 

||V1 j - : , •: - . ;^ 

: ^nn Sin ♦$ * rx nansrrp Dnxn nni» 

v ,T ■* *» I ,T f • ; " I T T T 

•^pwia tanT^s *ji •^rr i c? ^ *$$£ W3S8 bis 
•M^» TpM0 itpp pnr in? ♦ mian nni iS W3&>3# 

♦ mix #jni*# ^ninxs^ * ipna ^3 aj^gLirty • tftsge 

^nxsta ^nis^i ^b nmnb n^»n un:ix *wfc 

|,-.-:r ! I-:-- - : If . . T - : ,--: W • ! 

-: v 1 ; - it.: . t - 1 • T "- r \r: » 

1135 W ^n? : Ip^ ' J! # ttpT^ ^ V^I }}0& 

x nj7\ d^ ma 1 ?© 



69 Hoatriira sbrticb fob tbb dat of atonbmeht. 

unto thee. grant us this and every other day grace, favour, 

and mercy, in thy sight, and in the sight of all. that behold us; 
and bestow on us gracious favours. Blessed art thou, Lord ! 
who bestowest gracious favours on thy people Israel. 

)V2i *iv May it be acceptable in thy presence, Lord, 
my God ! and God of my fathers, to deliver me this and every 
other day from hardened and impudent faces ; from bad men, 
from evil associates, from evil neighbours, from evil 
occurrences, and from every destructive seduction ; from an 
oppressive lawsuit, and an implacable opponent, whether he 
be, or not, a son of the covenant. 

Dis sm cbl^b Man should ever fear God, as well in 
private as in public ; confess the truth, and speak the truth, 
as it is in his heart ; let him rise early and pray : — 

D^Dbl^n bs I'm Sovereign of all worlds I we presume not 
to present our supplications before thee, relying on our 
righteousness, but because of thy abundant mercies. What are 
we ? What is our life ? What is our goodness ? What is our 
righteousness ? What is our help ? What is our power ? What 
is our might? What then shall we say in thy presence 
Lord, our God ; and the God of our fathers ? Are not the 
mighty ones as naught before thee ? men of renown, as if they 
had not existed ? wise men, as if they were without know- 
ledge? and the intelligent, as if void of understanding? For 
the majority of their actions is emptiness, and the days of 
their life are but vanity in thy presence : even the pre-eminence 
of man over the beast, is naught ; for all is vanity. 

lanDN bnw But we are thy people, the children of thy 
covenant ; the children of Abraham thy beloved, to whom 
thou didst swear on Mount Moriah ; the seed of Isaac his 
only son, who was bound upon the altar ; the congregation of 
Jacob thy first-born son, whom, from the love wherewith thou 
didst love him, and the joy wherewith thou didst rejoice in 
him, thou hast called Israel and Jeshurun. 

"p^ob We, therefore, are in duty bound to give thanks unto 
thee ; to praise, glorify, bless, and sanctify thee ; and to offer 
praise and thanksgiving to thy name. happy are we! 
How goodly is our portion! How pleasant is our lot! How 
beautiful is our inheritance ! happy are we, that we rise 
early in the morning, and attend late in the evening, and 
proclaim twice daily. — "Hear, Israel! the Lord, our God, 
the Lord is one." Blessed be the name of the glory of hifl 
kingdom for ever and ever. 



tfin nnxi *DWrnx nxna n^ tji xin nnx 

y - • T * 1 T V T ' T T V ^ T 

Sx nm) nrn DSiya h$ nrix • oSiyn nx nxpa# nnx 1 ? 
^trnx B^j?! ^ tNf?0 Sy_ gft# nx ehf? xan dSi^S 
* nnx ^rcj •« - rp n-^w Dnn ^me^ ^Vty? 

cwn *jbBbi pxa^i D^'a wnSa * xin nnx 

•|- t - • : | v|t t •,- t ■ |~ v: t: t 

•jnrjs x>,n nnxi •p#*n. tfin nnx nex # tW7l3 
fixn WSJ3 p3T«& ■ipp pap # DTiSx JVS ^^3^ 

Sa? ^a 1 ? a'nbxn xin-nnx -5 D^y ^?"*73 typ s n^ 

-nx pxn-nx 1 ! Dwn-nx nw nnx •n«n ma4:& 

I V I T T V : • , - T - V T • T T " I V T T I S ~~ 

ix DwSwa tt nfewSaa *a •da isrx-Sa-nx 1 ) D>n 

: v,r I |VT ■ -:,- t : t v -: t v ; t- 

r\wv Dwa^ wax TifewnB ^ nfix*# Dwrnns 

.... . - T - ... t T ... - - J . _ ... . --3- 

*$aa nyai Danx x\nx xvin nya • a^nafcrna wn^x 

♦3#s pxn *®y_ Saa n^nnS) db^ oanx |S$~*3 &?w 

* n&x Daw 1 ? DaTua&rnx 

t: - t v • , ••: v » , : 

maxi hkiw ^a-nx ra : nbx 1 ? nEto-ta nw nari 
h anpnb tiwn *nrn m nitob wb •'ianp-nx nrbx 

v.* > I : - : : : • i - <•• • : • : - • t :| t v av •• - : 

waa rmh anpn n^x ntrxn nr DnS maxi : todse 

• t ; at |- v.-| : - ,v -: v -it v< v t jt : - t : j -: TT 

nnx b>aan-nx :T&n nVy dv 1 ? d"^ d&wi meha 
nn^^i : D^aiyn pa nb^yn *aam traan riai npaa n^yn 
nSy : mn n^an ivna ptra n%a nn^S nSb n^xn 
iIdd^i :nm^ n^'x hfra nn 1 ? •jv Tia rvwvn n^an 

|t j- v v • - - _r : " • j" : t •. :|t a- t 

; n^i? 1?^ w "^p ^ir "s^p i"5flb nw n, Pi 



70 MORNING 8BRVJCB K)R THE DAT 07 ATONEMENT. 

Kin nnw Thou wast the same before the world was created, 
and thou art the same after the world was created. Thou art 
the one in this world, and thou art the same in the future 
world. Sanctify thy name through those who sanctify thy 
name ; sanctify also thy name in thy world ; and through thy 
salvation, exalt and raise on high our horn of government. 
Blessed art thou, Lord I who sanctifiest thy name before 
the whole world. 

* Win nn« Thou art the Lord, our God, in heaven, and on 
the earth ; and in the highest heavens ; it is true that thou 
art the first, and thou art the last, and besides thee, there is 
no god. gather those who hope in thee from the four corners 
of the earth ; that all the inhabitants of the world may know 
and acknowledge, that thou alone art God over all the king- 
doms of the earth. Thou hast made the heavens and the earth, 
the sea, and all that is in them ; and who is there among all 
the works of thy hands, either in the uppermost or nethermost 
parts, that can say unto thee, What doest thou ? Our Father I 
who art in heaven, we beseech thee to act graciously unto us, 
for the sake of thy great name, by which we are called ; and 
confirm unto us, Lord ! our God, what is written, "At that 
time, when I will bring you again, and at that time when I 
assemble you, I will appoint you for a name, and a praise 
among all the people of the earth : when I bring back your 
captivity before your eyes, saith the Lord.' 

* nnTI And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, Command 
the children of Israel, and say unto them, My offering, my 
bread for my sacrifices consumed by fire, for a sweet savour 
unto me, shalt ye observe to offer unto me in its due season. 
Say also unto them, This is the offering made by fire which ye 
shall offer unto the Lord : two sheep of the first year without 
blemish, every day, for a continual burnt-offering. The one 
sheep shalt thou of&r in the morning, and the other sheep 
shalt thou offer toward evening ; and a tenth part of an ephah 
of fine flour for a meat-offering, mingled with the fourth part 
of a hin of beaten oil. It is a continual burnt-offering, which 
was ordained on Mount Sinai, for a sweet savour, an offering 
made by fire unto the Lord. And the drink-ofiering thereof 
shall be the fourth part of a hin for the one sheep : in the 
holy place shalt thou cause the strong wine to be poured out 
for a drink-offering 1 to the Lord. And the other sheep shalt 



i3jP331 n^bn nrq&p p^TSp y$ neptp % ^ra fc^ga rn$j 

: mrp ^aob miss naftan tttj b? ini« ttritzn 



On the Sabbath say as follows. 



n^jrty- ^3^3 nztf rby \ my\ \W2 rbbi r\r\:p n^b 

rgrfirnja tn» p^'^rrp pytp jzrn • ps*p m# ^3 

rm dti n^ roaya pa nnK nana • nnm raia-Sjn. 

t t t - "t ; fivr-j | v •• ■ - i t - t t - - : ■ ^- : 

: uk nS pa 1^-cmj ■ jwro n:nja Se> ^yi&j njp; Sy_ ij§ib> 
jot b^ap) ps$3 pJW? BV#W jo*th^ D-sn^n et® 
nsja Sffi nsran Sy_ nri pytg jam ps»3 ra# ^33 
^Sitfrrn dt «q# •roLsya p8 nnx nine snp 
^x • aga *6 jna xS dx jnrna n^ia W % yjse yd* 
p &f* * TTT531 ysvd nxtsn • jgfcp wya yznm &$ 

niana P3^ pyp jan t^V3 wj^ ^33 jgrj h^p) p»3 
n^-NM mid? nan Btoa nSy -nra • manp yan« Sy 

♦ rcyjge ngny * raiss wjp • rwrip rrtyrri pp 1 ? 

♦ vrrj yd* by ^gitf r$j dt n^ • nwti nwso 
uvh *^9iB) Sm n^nD nsrb D'y^pn-ja d^S p^wi 
TOj3) pases ^0^'n^ fferjj? b^3J5 n^j : mxa Tji rn)7j 
WT» p^ majja ^ j^ nan) p^s n^ ^?3 api 



71 MORNING BBRTICB FOB THE BAY 07 ATONBMEHT. 

thou offer toward evening, as the meat-offering of the morning, 
and as the drink-offering thereof thou shalt offer it, an offering 
made by fire of a sweet savour unto the Lord. ("And he shall 
kill it on the side of the altar, northward, before the Lord.") 

On the Sabbath, say as follows. 

rawn aval "And on the Sabbath day, two sheep of the 
first year without blemish, and two tenth parts of an ephah of 
fine flour for a meat-offering mingled with oil, and the drink- 
offering thereof. This is the burnt-offering of every sabbath, 
besides the continual burnt-offering, and its drink-offering." 

pipD inrs Which are the places where the offerings were 
slaughtered ? The most holy of them were slain on the north 
side ; the bull and the he-goat for the day of atonement, were 
slain on the north side ; the blood thereof was received in the 
vessels of service on the north side ; their blood required 
sprinkling, between the staves, upon the veil, and the golden 
altar ; one sprinkling omitted, impeded the atonement ; the 
remaining blood the priest poured on the bottom of the outer 
altar (that of burnt offering), on the west side thereof; if 
omitted, the atonement was not impeded. The bulls and the 
he-goats, which were wholly burnt, were slaughtered on the 
north side, and their blood was there received in the vessels c. 
service. Their blood also required sprinkling upon the veil 
and the golden altar : one sprinkling omitted, impeded the 
atonement. The remaining blood was poured on the bottom 
of the outer altar on the west side thereof; if omitted, the 
atonement was not impeded. These, as well as the preceding 
offerings, were burnt in the repository of ashes. The sin- 
offerings of the whole congregation, as well as an individual : 
these are the sin-offerings of the whole congregation — the 
he-goats of the new moon, as also of the other festivals — were 
slaughtered on the north side, and their blood was received in 
the vessels of service there ; and their blood required four 
sprinklings on the four horns of the outer altar. It was 
performed after this manner : — the priest went up the ascent, 
and turned towards the circuit, and came to the southeast 
corner, then to the northeast, so on to the northwest, and 
from thence to the southwest ; the remaining blood was poured 
out at the south side of the bottom of the outer altar ; these 
were eaten only by the males of the priesthood, within the 
hangings of the court, dressed after any manner, for that day 
only, until midnight. The burnt-offering is one of the most 
holy : it was slain on th* north side ; and its blood was there 



:Tito cvb nnn» nSan ay 

m t&$ *tf?# *na? :dtkS y?:j] lya^ &tran rwyt^ 

jntyn# • ^Sn d^x sttckj s#k *ra D#g n&nn nna£> 
no^j *e# pyp py\ p*«a rn^ ^53 [ffj kap] p»a 

Saa r^5«3i • yaix jng* nuns ^ pyt? pr\ trigg 

trpaci : nwi ny n^Si dvS • Saab Saa dix Sa 1 ? tvpp 
t . ' i 1 T ,_ t : t r ~ t : t t t : * 

-Saa jrtDTi^ D^p tMshp treb# •tsjnas^i Bpjgfo 

p*?jKj] • yanx jng> nuns ^ j^d pr^ rnrca crisp 
: iriK rfyjyj d^: ^ ■ ^asp-Saa tnx'hi 1 ? vjfi&k 
wjgSbi Sdx3 efjeop nW *cna Kyi»a ana nym 
D^np T rcsiti ife>prfi to^ri : tsrvshi Enrja^ dnng>i? 
♦nn* nana pyt? pyt| rnjga mpb^ai $®ft& b^ 
b?x^ Kia|n |r\£a*s n|0 :TtD*n n^a pr^'na^ 

♦ S^s-^a w^s r^sj) ^*rW? ^awn &'ii& 

• n ^J?5 ^ Sa^ Wfc? np$n nn« n^ D*aj ^ 
lygj • vu^S nW Sa*o ww • nrarpB *$» ^J una 

: n#rp rrjino nn& mjpst b6#3 • "i&ik baya#! '31 



72 MORNING SERYICB K)B THB DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

received in the vessels of service ; the blood required two sprink- 
lings, and it was so sprinkled as to produce four, it was 
necessary to flay and dismember it, and to consume it totally 
by fire. The peace-offerings of the whole congregation, and the 
trespass-offerings : —these are the trespass- offerings the trespass 
offering for theft — the trespass-offering for appropriating 
sanctified things to his own use — for carnally knowing a 
betrothed handmaid — the trespass-offering brought by the 
Nazarite for defiling himself with a deadbody — of the leper— and 
for a doubtful sin : — these were slaughtered on the north side, 
and the blood was there received in the vessels of service ; the 
blood required two sprinklings, which producedfour ; these were 
eaten only within the hangings by the males of the priesthood 
dressed after any manner, for that day only until midnight. 

m^nn The thanksgiving-offering, and the ram of the Nazarite 
(i. e. when the time of his vows had expired) were sacred in a less 
degree; they might be killed in any part of the court ; and their 
blood also required two sprinklings, which produced four ; they might 
be eaten in any part of the city, by any person, dressed after any 
manner, the whole of that day until midnight. With the portion of 
them which appertaineth to the priests, the same was observed, save 
only that it was to be eaten by the priests, their wives their children, 
and their servants. Peace-offerings are also sacred in a less degree ; 
they might be killed in any part of the court ; and their blood required 
two sprinklings, which produced four; they might be eaten in any 
part of the city, by any person, dressed after any manner for two days, 
and one night. The portion thereof which appertaineth to the priests, 
was like the rest, save only, that it was to be eaten by the priests, 
their wives, their children, and their servants* The first born, the 
tithes of beasts, and the paschal lamb, were sacred in a less degree : 
they might be killed in any part of the court ; and their blood required 
only one sprinkling, but it must be sprinkled towards the bottom of 
the altar. There was a distinction in the eating of them ; for the 
first-born was eaten by the priests only, and the tithe by all persons ; 
they were also eaten in any part of the city, dressed after any manner 
for two days and one night. The paschal lamb was to be eaten at 
night only, but not later than midnight ; neither was it to be eaten 
but by those that were numbered and appointed for it ; nor was it to 
be eaten dressed in any other manner than roasted. 

bs^EE^ >nn Kabbi Ishmael says, that the law is to be 
expounded by thirteen rules ; viz. 

1. By inferences from minor to major: and the reverse 
from major to minor. 

2. A decision deduced from an agreement, or similarity of 
[ h rases in texts. 



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T T- .TV tt-| tt; t: TTV T T ▼ 

: tfnsa iS>Sr>S> ranan Jirwirtf 15? ^n 1 ? rvrnrfc 

•• t - t t: vr m r -t " t t 

: DCW3 g*TM *e^BO 



73 MORNING &SRYIOB FOR THB DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

3. From the principal constitution contained in one verse, 
and from the principal constitution deduced from two verses. 

4. From comparing a general description with its specified 
particular. 

5. From a particular text, followed by a general one. 

6. Precepts treated of, first in general, and then in particular, 
and again in general, thou must not adjudge, but according 
to the tenor of the particular specification. 

7. From a general description that requires a particular, 
specific text to explain it; and from a particular text that, 
requires a general one. 

8. Whatever was comprehended under a general description, 
and is afterwards particularly excepted therefrom, in order to 
teach us something concerning it : the exception is not given 
for its own sake only, but also effects the whole general term. 

9. And whatever was included in a general description and 
is afterwards excepted, to prove an argument similar to its 
subject, tends to alleviate, but does not aggravate. 

10. And whatever was included in a general description, 
and is afterwards excepted, to prove an argument similar to 
its subject, serves both to alleviate and aggravate. 

11. And every thing included in a general description, and 
afterwards excepted, to determine a new matter, cannot be 
restored to the general term, unless it be by being expressly 
mentioned in the text. 

12. And whatever is deduced from the subject itself; and 
a thing deduced from the end of the text. 

13. And tnus, when two texts contradict each other, we 
eannot determine the sense until a third is produced, which 
reconciles them. 



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ira nja*t? ti*nia8 Ti^l w£n » y,^? P*! 7£ 
Tpavp. D^h s : ^rning Ujjkn |n\ »wa rnrjM en^n 

neny ^na ♦*on ^na •D { ?iyn n^rfl ^# 'spH 
^na •onjw ija fna Tienjn nsr;x ^na TrptfEi 

c^tra ^na • nnan Sy. Drrga ^na • paa ^y. aytf 
rrria ipna • nvp 1 ? D»f?] nyS *n ^rq • vkt 1 ? aito "159 

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na&r iBhp d^s &Snnn : vrt&ar^aa wfr ka 
vnxbsj rat :T&n na «faa wi « ^&rn :« *#paa aS 
apsp *ia nay Sanfe^ pi : «ra~t5aetoi vnab nby nete 
dSv;S nai j vtsaBto pxrrbaa uvjSn * an : m<na 

1 w i : • i t ; • I j 7 t t t : |~ v: t; t • : 

injaaeh DmaK-nx ma *\m j in ^SxS n« "ian ima 

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nbxS : dSij? nna W&h prb apsrS m wi : pnyS 

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cr 1 *? na^aew ^"^ ^ua tfemn : na D^n^i ps»5 

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"Sn : D^aSa dh^5? : rta^ upwyh b^j h^t^ ♦ T» 



74 M0BNING 8BBVICB FOB THE DAT OP ATOHEMBNT. 

tw-i >rr> Mav it be acceptable before thee, Lord, our 
GocP and God of our fathers, that the holy temple may be 
epeedily rebuilt in onr days, and let onr portion be m jhy law 
And there will we serve thee in reverence as in anient days 
and as in former years. "And may the offering of Judah 
and Jerusalem be pleasant unto the Lord, as in ancient days, 
and in former years." 

nasts -ma Blessed is he who only spoke, and the wor d 
o-ktprl • Wpssed is he. Blessed is he who created the world 
Ttt beSnnmg Bl ssed is he who sayeth and performeth. 
Blessed if he who ordaineth and established Blessed is he 
Jho hath compassion on the earth. Blessed is he who hath 
lomMssion on all creatures. Blessed is he who rendereth a 
Zd reward to those that fear him. Blessed is he who liveth. 
for eveT and existeth everlastingly. Blessed is he who 
redeemeth and delivereth ; blessed is his name.-Blessed art 
redeemer universe, Almighty, 

Sr Mercirwhoart praised by the mouth of thy people 
extolle'd and glorified by the tongue of thy pious ones and 
Bezants. And therefore with the songs of David thy servant 
S we praise thee, Lord, our God ! the only One who livest 
It»rnflll? the Kin"', whose great name is extolled and glorified 
Sever 7 and^' Blessed 8 art thou, Lord! King adored 
with praises. ^^ ^ ^ Lord . ^ on his holy 

name make known his deeds among the people Sing and 
^w'hvmns unto him : proclaim ye all his wonderous works. 
Sv n s holy name P ; let the heart of them rejoice who 
Kn? Lord Seek ye the Lord, and his strength ; seek his 
fevoufever more Remember his miracles that he hath done 
vll woXs and the judgments of his mouth. ye the seed 
of Israel Ms servant the children of Jacob, his chosen people. 
He Ttbe Lord our God ; his judgments are m all the earth 
^member ye his covenant for ever ; the word which he 
fommanded fo a thousand generations. Which he covenanted 
C w™bSam, and likewise his oath unto haac And he 
confirmed the same to Jacob ^J^S^ftM 
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75 MORNING BEBYICB TOR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

and do my prophets no harm. Let all the earth sing unto the 
Lord ; proclaim his salvation from day to day. Declare his 
glory among the nations, his wonders among all people. For 
the Lord is great, and exalted in praise ; and he is fearful 
Above all gods. For all the gods of the nations are idols ; 
ont the Lord hath made the heavens. Honour and majesty are 
in his presence; strength and gladness are in his place. 
Ascribe unto the Lord, ye families of the nations, ascribe 
unto the Lord glory and might. Ascribe unto the Lord the 
glory due unto his name ; bring an offering, and come into 
his presence ; worship the Lord in the glorious sanctuary. 
Let all the earth tremble before him, who hath fixed the foun- 
dations of the world, that it might not be moved. Let the 
heavens rejoice, and the earth be glad : and they shall say 
among the nations, The Lord reigneth. Let the sea, and its 
full domains, roar ; let the field, and all that is therein, rejoice. 
Then shall the trees of the wood shout, because of the presence 
of the Lord, when he cometh to judge the earth. give 
thanks unto the Lord, for he is good ; because his mercy 
endureth for ever. And say ye, Save us, God of our 
salvation, and gather us from the nations, that we may give 
thanks to thy holy name, and glory in thy praise. Blessed 
be the name of the Lord God of Israel for ever and ever : and 
all the people said, Amen, and praised the Lord. "Extol ye 
the Lord our God, and bow down at his footstool, for he is 
holy. Extol ye the Lord our God! and worship at his 
holy mount ; for the Lord our God is holy. And he being 
merciful, forgiveth iniquity, and destroy eth not ; yea, he 
frequently turneth away his anger, and awakeneth not all 
his wrath. Lord ! withhold not thy tender mercies from 
me : let thy loving-kindness and thy truth preserve me 
continually. Lord ! remember thy tender mercies, and 
thy loving-kindness ; for they have been of old. Ascribe ye 
power unto God ; his excellency is over Israel , and his 
strength is in the skies. God ! thou art tremendous from 
thy holy residence ; God of Israel, thou art he who givest 
strength and power unto thy people : blessed be God. God 
of vengeance, Lord, God of vengeance, shine forth. Exalt 
thyself, Judge of the earth ; render retribution to the proud. 
Salvation belongeth unto the Lord : thy blessing be upon thy 
people. Selah. The Lord of Hosts is with us, the God of 
Jacob is refuge unto us. Selah. Lord of Hosts ! happy 
is the man that trusteth in thee. Lord, save us, answer us, 
King ! when we call. save thy people, and bless thy 



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t ^ : t :|- : T #- ,• - : - | i t.t tt • - :| - 

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76 MOBWIHG &BRVICE FOB THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

inheritance : and guide and exalt them for ever. Our soul 
waiteth for the Lord : he is our help and our shield. For our 
hearts shall rejoice in him,; hecause we have trusted in his holy 
name. Let thy mercy, Lord ! be upon us, according as we 
hope in thee. ■ Lord ! shew us thy mercy, and grant us thv 
salvation. Arise for our help, and redeem us for thy mercy r s 
sake. I am the Lord thy God, who brought thee out of the 
land of Egypt ; declare thy wants, and I will satisfy them. 
Happy the people who are thus favoured ! happy the people 
whose God is the Lord ! And as I have trusted in thy mercy, 
my heart shall rejoice in thy salvation. I will sing unto the 
Lord, because he hath dealt bountifully with me." 

Psalm, six. 

muttb To the Chief Musician, A Psalm of David. 

The heavens declare the glory of God : and the firmament 

telleth the works of his hands. Day unto day uttereth speech ; • 

and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech, 

nor language where their voice is not heard. But their melody 

extendeth through all the earth, and to the end of the world 

their word. For the sun he hath set a tabernacle among them ; 

and he goeth out like a bridegroom from his chamber, and 

rejoiceth, like a strong man, to run his course. His going 

forth is from the end of the heaven, and his circuit unto the 

ends thereof; and there is nothing hidden from his heart. The 

law of the Lord is perfect, quieting the soul : the testimony 

of the Lord is sure, making the simple wise. The statutes of 

the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart : the commandment of 

the Lord is clear, enlightening the eyes. The fear of the Lord 

is pure, enduring for ever : the judgments of the Lord are true, 

and uniformly just. They are to be desired more than gold 

and much fine gold ; they are sweeter than honey, and dropping 

of honeycombs. Moreover, thy servant is admonished by 

them ; and in keeping of them there is great reward. AY ho 

can guard against errors ? cleanse me from secret faults. 

Withhold thy servant also from presumptuous sins, let them 

not have dominion over me : then shall I be upright, and I 

shall be clear from any great transgression. Let the words 

of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable 

before thee, Lord ! my Eock, and my Eedeemer. 

PlALX. Illiv. 

Tnb A Psalm op David, when he disguised his 

REASON, BEFORE ABIMELECH, WHO THEN DROVE HIM AWAY, 

and hr departed.— I will bless the Lord at all times ; his 
praise shal te continually in my mouth. My soul shall 
boast itself in the Lord : the humble shall hear it, and be glad. 



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77 HOBfflK* &BRYICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

magnify the Lord with me, and let us extol his name 
together. I sought the Lord, and he answered me; and 
delivered me from all my fears. They looked unto him, and 
were enlightened, and their faces were not ashamed. This 
poor man cried, and the Lord heard him ; and saved him from 
all his troubles. The angel of the Lord encampeth round 
about those who fear him, and delivereth them. Reflect, 
and see that the Lord is good : happy is the man who trusteth 
in him. fear the Lord, ye his saints ; for there is no want 
to those who fear him. Young lions do lack and suffer hunger ; 
but they who seek the Lord shall not want any good. Come 
ye children, hearken unto me : I will teach you the fear of 
the Lord. Who is the man that desireth life, and loveth many 
days, that he may see happiness ? Keep thy tongue from 
evil, and thy lips from speaking guile. Depart from evil, and 
do good ; seek peace, and pursue it. The eyes of the Lord 
are upon the righteous, and his ears are open unto their cry. 
But the anger of the Lord is against those who do evil, to cut 
off their remembrance from the earth. But the righteous cry, 
and the Lord heareth, and delivereth them from all their 
troubles. The Lord is nigh unto the broken hearted ; and 
saveth those who are of a contrite spirit. Though many 
afflictions overtake the righteous : the Lord will deliver him 
from them all. He guardeth all his bones : so that not one 
of them is broken. The evil of the wicked will slay him, 
and they who hate the righteous shall not escape guiltiness. 
The Lord redeemeth the soul of his servants ; and none of 
those who trust in him shall be desolate. 



Psalm xc. 



nwftb rhzn A Prayer of Moses, the Man op God.— 
Lord ! thou hast been our stronghold of defence in all 
generations. Before the mountains were brought forth, or 
ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world : even from 
everlasting to everlasting, thou art God. Thou turnest men 
to contrition ; and say est, Return, ye children of men. For 
a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday, which is 
passed ; and as a watch in the night. Thou earnest them 
away as a flood, they are as in sleep : in the morning they 
are like grass which changeth. In the morning it flourisheth 
and is nourished : in the evening it is cut down, and withered. 
Thus are we consumed by thy anger, and troubled by thy 
wrath. Thou hast set our iniquities before thee, our secret sins 
in the light of thy countenance. For all our days are passed 
away in thy wrath ; we spend our ysars as a tale that is told. 



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78 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT 0! ATONEMENT. 

The days of our years of life are seventy years : and if by extra- 
ordinary vigour, we see fourscore years, yet is their essence 
labour and sorrow ; for our life is soon cut off, and we flee 
away. Who knoweth the power of thy anger ? even according 
to thy fear, so is thy wrath. Teach us to number our days, 
that we may apply our hearts to wisdom. Return unto us, 
Lord ! how long wilt thou cast us off ? repent thee con- 
cerning thy servants. satisfy us early with thy mercy ; 
that we may rejoice, and be glad all our days. Make us rejoice, 
according to the days wherein thou hast afflicted us ; and the 
years in which we have seen evil. Let thy work of salvation 
appear to thy servants, and thy glory unto their children. 

D373 Wl And let the beauty of the Lord, our God, be upon 
-us : and establish thou the work of our hands upon us ; yea, 
the work of our hands establish thou it. 

Psalm xoi. 

fvbs "iHDn nt£? N He who dwelleth within the secret place . 
of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the 
Almighty. I say of the Lord, who is my refuge and my 
fortress, my God, in whom I trust, that he will surely deliver 
thee from the fowler's snare, and from the destructive pesti- 
lence. He will cover thee with his pinion, and under his 
wings thou wilt find refuge, his truth shall be thy shield 
and buckler. Thou shalt not be afraid of the terrors of the 
night, nor of the arrow that flieth by day ; nor of the pestilence 
that stalketh in the darkness ; nor of the destruction that 
wasteth at noon-day. On thy side a thousand shall fall, 
and ten thousand at thy right hand, but it shall not come 
nigh unto thee. Thau shalt only behold with thy eyes, and see 
the retribution of the wicked. Because thou hast made the 
Lord, who is my refuge, even the Most High, thy stronghold. 
No evil shall befall thee, neither shall any plague approach 
thy dwelling. For he will give his angels charge concerning 
thee, to guard thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee on 
their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. On the 
fierce lion and asp shalt thou tread : the young lion and the 
serpent shalt thou trample under foot. " Because he hath fixed 
his desire upon me, therefore will I deliver him : I will set him 
on high, because he hath known my name. When he calleth 
upon me, I will answer him : I will be with him in trouble I 
will deliver him, and grant him honour. With length of days 
will I satisfy him, and grant him my salvation." " With length 
of days will I satisfy him, and grant him my salvation." 



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79 MORNING BBHYICB POR|tHE BAT 07 ATONEMENT. 

PIALM OXXXY. 

TTlVpn Praise ye the Lord ; praise ye the name of the 
Lord ; praise him, ye servants of the Lord, who stand in 
the honse of the Lord, in the courts of the house of our God. 
Praise ye the Lord, for the Lord is good ; sing praises unto 
his name, for it is comely. For the Lord hath chosen Jacob 
for himself; and Israel for his peculiar treasure. For I know 
that the Lord is great, and that our Lord is above all powers. 
The Lord hath done whatsoever he pleased, in heaven and in 
earth, in the seas, and all the depths. He causeth vapours 
to ascend from the ends of the earth ; he tempereth lightning 
with rain ; he bringeth forth the wind from his treasures. It 
is he who smote the first-born of Egypt, from man to beast. 
He sent signs and wonders into the midst of Egypt; 
upon Pharoah, and all his servants. It is he who smote great 
nations, and slew mighty kings. Even Sihon, king of the 
Amorites, and Og, king of Bashan, and all the kingdoms of 
Canaan. And give their land for a heritage, a heritage unto 
his people Israel. Thy name, Lord ! endureth for ever ; 
thy memorial, Lord ! throughout all generations. For the 
Lord will judge his people, and repent himself concerning his 
servants. But the idols of the nations are silver and gold, the 
work of men's hands. They have a mouth, but speak not ; 
they have eyes, but see not. They have ears, but hear not ; 
neither is there any breath in their mouth. They who make 
them, shall be like them, and every one who trusteth in them. 
Bless the Lord, ye house of Israel ! Bless the Lord, ye 
house of Aaron ! Bless the Lord, ye house of Levi ! Bless 
the Lord, ye who fear the Lord. Blessed be the Lord from 
Zion, who dwelleth in Jerusalem ! Hallelujah. 

Psalm cxxxvl. 

nits "0 ^b Tt)n give thanks unto the Lord, for he is 
good ; for his mercy endureth for ever. 

give thanks to the God of gods ; for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

give thanks to the Lord of lords ; for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

To him who alone performeth great wonders ; for hia 
mercy endureth for ever. 

To him who with understanding made the heavens ; for 
his mercy endureth for ever. 

To him who stretched out the earth above the waters ; for 
his mercy endureth for ever. 



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80 MOBNING BEBVICB FOB THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

To him who made great lights ; for his mercy endureth 

fbr ever. 

Who formed the sun to rule by day ; for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

The moon and stars to rule by night; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

To him who smote the Egyptians in their first-born : for 
nis mercy endureth for ever. 

And brought Israel from among them; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

With a mighty hand and a etretched-out arm; for his 
mercy endureth for ever. 

To him who divided the Red Sea into parts ; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

And caused Israel to pass through the midst of it ; for his 
mercy endureth for ever. 

But overthrew Pharoah and his host in the Red Sea ; for 
his mercy endureth for ever. 

To him who led his people through the wilderness ; for hi3 
mercy endureth for ever. 

To him who smote great kings ; for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

To him who slew mighty kings ; for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

Even Sihon, king of the Amorites ; for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

And Og, king of Bashan ; for his mercy endureth for ever. 

And gave their land for an inheritance; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

Even an inheritance to his servant Israel ; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

Who remembered us in our low estate; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

And redeemed us from our oppressors; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

Who giveth food to all flesh ; for his mercy endureth for ever. 

give thanks unto the God of heaven; for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

Psalx. rxitll. 

*3 D^TS 13n Rejoice in the Lord, ye righteous ; for 
to the upright praise is comely. Praise ye the Lord with the 
harp : sing unto him with the ten-stringed psaltery. Sing 
unto him a new hymn, let the trumpet utter a melodioui 



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£1 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

sound. For the word of the Lord is right : and all his workfl 
are done in truth. He loveth righteousness and justice ; the 
earth is full of the mercy of the Lord. By the word of the 
Lord were the heavens made ; and all their host with the 
breath of his mouth. He gathereth together as a heap the 
waters of the sea : he layeth up the depths in storehouses. 
Let all the earth fear the Lord : let all the inhabitants of the 
world stand in awe of him. For he spoke, and it was done : 
he commanded, and it was established. The Lord frustrateth 
the counsel of the nations : he annihilateth the devices of the 
people. The counsel of the Lord shall stand for ever ; and the 
purposes of his heart to all generations. Happy is the nation 
whose God is the Lord : the people whom he hath chosen for 
his own heritage. The Lord looketh down from heaven ; he 
beholdeth all the sons of men. From the place of his residence 
he superintendeth all the inhabitants of the earth. He 
fashioneth all their hearts, and understandeth all their works. 
A king is not saved by the multitude of a host : neither doth 
the mighty man escape by the greatness of his strength. Vain 
is the horse for safety ; he shall not deliver any by his great 
strength. Behold ! the eye of the Lord is upon those who 
fear him ; upon those who hope for his mercy ; to deliver 
their soul from death ; and to keep them alive in time of 
famine. Our soul waiteth for the Lord : he is our help and 
our shield. For in him our hearts shall rejoice : because we 
have trusted in his holy name. Let thy mercy, Lord ! be 
with us, according as we hope in thee. 

Psalm xcli. 

rDB?n ovb ^w -n»t& A Psalm and Song for the 
Sabbath Day. — It is good to give thanks unto the Lord, and 
to sing praises unto thy name, Most High ! to declare thy 
loving-kindness in the morning, and thy faithfulness in the 
night. Upon the ten-stringed instrument, and upon the 
psaltery, aud with the sweet sound of the harp. For thou 
Lord ! hast made me glad with thy wonderful works : I there- 
fore, will triumph in the works of thy hands. How great, 
Lord ! are thy works ; thy thoughts are exceeding profound. 
A brutish man knoweth it not ; neither doth a fool understand 
this. When the wicked spring up like grass, and all the 
workers of iniquity flourish ; it is that they may be destroyed 
for ever. But thou, Lord ! art exalted for evermore. Foi 
lo ! thy enemies, Lord ! for lo ! thy enemies shall perish ; | 
all the workers of iniquity shall be scattered. But thou wil 



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82 HORNING SERVICE tfOB THB DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

exalt my bom, like the horn of a Reem : I shall be anoint id 
with fresh oil. My eyes shall also see the end of my enemies ; 
and my ears shall hear it of the wicked, who rise up against 
me. The righteous shall flourish like the palm-tree ; he shall 
grow like the cedar in Lebanon. They shall be planted in the 
house of the Lord ; in the courts of our God shall they flourish. 
They shall still bring forth fruit in old age ; they shall be fat 
and flourishing. To show that the Lord is upright ; he is my 
Bock, and there is no unrighteousness in him. 

FaxiM xcili. 

iba « The Lord reigneth, clothed with majesty ; the Lord 
hath clothed and girt Himself with power ; he hath also fixed 
the unalterable order of the universe. Thy throne, Lord ! 
is established from all antiquity : thy existence is from all 
eternity. Though the floods, Lord ! lift up their head, 
though they lift up their voice, and the floods raise up their 
waves ; yet, mightier than the voice of the assembled waters, 
than the powerful billows of the ocean, art thou in thy emi- 
nence, Lord ! Thy testimonies are exceeding stable : holiness 
will grace thy house, Lord ! unto the utmost length of days. 

"7123 VP " The glory of the Lord shall endure for ever ; the Lord 
rejoiceth in his works. Blessed be the name of the Lord from 
henceforth, and for evermore. From the rising of the sun unto the 
going down thereof, the Lord's name is praised. High above all the 
nations is the Lord, and his glory is above the heavens. Thy name 
Lord ! endureth for ever ; and the memorial of thee, Lord ! 
throughout all generations. In heaven hath the Lord prepared his 
throne ; and his kingdom hath dominion over all. Let the heavens 
be glad, and the earth rejoice ; and they shall say among the nations, 
The Lord hath reigned. The Lord reigneth ; the Lord hath reigned ; 
the Lord shall reign for ever and ever. The Lord is King for ever 
and ever ; the heathen have perished out of his land. The Lord 
frustrateth the counsel of the nations ; he annihilated the devices ox 
the people. Various are the imaginations in the heart of man ; but it 
is the counsel of the Lord alone that shall stand. The counsel of the 
Lord shall stand for ever : and the purposes of his heart to all genera- 
tions. For he spoke, and it was done ; he commanded, and it was 
established. For the Lord hath chosen Zion : he hath desired it for 
his habitation. Because the Lord hath chosen Jacob unto himself, and 
Israel for his peculiar treasure. For the Lord will not abandon liis 
people, neither will he forsake his inheritance. But he being merciful, 
forgiveth iniquity, and destroy eth not : yea, he frequently turneth his 
anger away, and awakeneth not all his wrath. Save us, Lord I 
hear us, U King ! when we call." 



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83 morning service for the day of atonement. 

TVO *^tt?V "ntPN " Happy are they that dwell in thy house ; 
they will be continually praising thee. Selah. Happy thepeople 
who are thus ! Happy the people whose God is the Lord !" 

PSALK CXlV. 

David's Psalm of Praise.— I will extol thee, my God, 
King! and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. 
Every day will I bless thee, and I will praise thy name for ever 
and ever. The Lord is great, and exalted in praise, and his 
greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall praise thy 
works to another, and shall declare thy mighty acts. I will 
epeak of the glorious honour of thy majesty, and of thy won- 
drous works. And men shall speak of the might of thy tremen- 
dous acts ; and thy greatness will I declare. The memorial of 
thy abundant goodness shall they perpetually utter, and shall 
sing of thy righteousness. The Lord is gracious, and full of 
compassion ; long-suffering, and of great mercy. The Lord is 
good to all; and his mercies are over all his works. All thy 
works shall praise thee, Lord ! and thy pious servants shall 
bless thee. They shall speak of the glory of thy kingdom, and 
talk of thy power. To make known his mighty acts to the sons 
of men, and the glorious majesty of his kingdom. Thy king- 
dom is an everlasting kingdom, and thy dominion subsisteth 
throughout all generations. The Lord upholdeth all who fall, 
and raiseth up all those who are bowed down. The eyes of all 
wait upon thee, and thou givest them their food in due season. 
Thou openest thy hand, and satisfieth the desire of every living 
thing. The Lord is righteous in all his ways, and beneficent in 
all his works. The Lord is near unto all those who call upon 
him, to all who call upon him in truth. He will fulfil the 
desire of those who fear him ; he will also hear their cry, and 
eave them. The Lord preserveth all those who love him : but 
he will destroy all the wicked. My mouth shall utter the praise 
of the Lord : and let all flesh bless his holy name for ever and 
ever. " As for us, we will bless the Lord from henceforth, 
and for ever. Hallelujah." 

Psalm cxlvl. 

TOQ3 *»bbn mbbn Praise ye the Lord. Praise the Lord, 
my soul ! I will praise the Lord whilst I live ; I will sing 
praises unto my God whilst I exist. Put not your trust in 
princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no salvation. 
His spirit goeth away, he returneth to his native earth ; in that 
very day his thoughts perish. But happy is he who hath the 






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r\V2W tbib D'3313 1 ? nspfc ftjto : nninvs 1 ? tfSWW ^ 
ttij»} : -)£p£ pg tfdaij 1 ? niD-nni Bpnst bti| : Kip 
ma rrnr© $ ®t •r^" v is : OiSfl ^Sfto " 0^8 

TOI3 ptfS r333H tf 1JJ3 ' D*ft$ HD3^H : 11333 tt\lW? 

i&fct 3iy ^35? ti#h n^n57 [nil : i*vn onn mtygQ 
: rrci* fi^«n \tW3-N 1 ? ram D^n rrcaja nS j ^kid* 

.... . T j .. . 1 , . v _ . . pj : • 

-nx d^v? *rt3# : v\vrb Dty-iwrriK vki*tik * pish 

v 1- r : • ; - ; ~ : H~ • I" '•" t **s t: 

vxi 113 ■spTptf Tina prrra :rra t^n *9?n ri 

ITH :^3g>! D^H 3?rj DW pO} DB7J :^31p3 

ns3 ittc3 &# |Hiin : H31 f^ nin^pny. px im&x 

: ifagj *} mnp T ^S D^$3 irnp T ^4#8 : 1J5! i£f*3 

ipy^ Wft th& : D^-ta* inn S^ cd^i yt f ^ ># 

I _ :|~: tt: •- "|i ;• ^ ~ ";~: t; ;• 

DW^3 wkh\ D^BTi-p M -n« ^n 1 n^n nap 

i - -I|- • 1- t - |t t: v -: t - t -;,- 



84 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

God of Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the Lord his God, 
Who made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is therein ; 
who keepeth truth for ever, who execnteth judgment for the 
oppressed ; and giveth food to the hungry. The Lord looseneth 
the prisoners ; the Lord openeth the eyes of the blind ; the 
Lord raiseth those who are bowed down ; the Lord loveth the 
righteous. The Lord protecteth strangers ; he relieveth the 
fatherless and the widow ; but the way of the wicked he 
overthroweth. The Lord shall reign for ever, even thy God, 
Zion ! unto all generations. Hallelujah. 

Psalm cxlvii. 

SltD *0 mV?n Praise ye the Lord ; for it is good to sing 
praises unto our God ; for such praise is pleasant and agreeable. 
The Lord doth build up Jerusalem ; he will gather together 
the outcasts of Israel. He it is who healeth the broken-hearted, 
and bindeth up their wounds. He telleth the number of the 
stars ; he calleth them all by their names. Great is our Lord, 
and great his power ; his understanding is mfinite. The Lord 
lifteth up the meek : he casteth the wicked down to the ground. 
Sing unto the Lord with thanksgiving ; sing praises unto our 
God with the harp ; who covereth the heavens with clouds, 
who prepareth rain for the earth, who causeth herbage to 
sprout upon the mountains. He giveth to the beast his food ; 
and to the young ravens when they cry. He delighteth not 
in the strength of the horse : neither taketh he pleasure in the 
swiftness of man. The Lord taketh pleasure in them that fear 
him, in those that hope in his mercy. Praise the Lord, 
Jerusalem ! praise thy God, Zion ! for he hath strengthened 
the bars of thy gates ; he hath blessed thy children in the 
midst of thee. He also maketh peace in thy border, and filleth 
thee with choice wheat. He sendeth forth his decree upon 
earth ; and his word pervadeth quickly. He maketh the snow 
descend like wool ; he scattereth the hoar-frost like ashes. He 
casteth forth his ice like morsels ; who can withstand his cold ? 
He sendeth out his word, and melteth them : he causeth his 
wind to blow, and the waters flow. He declareth his words 
unto Jacob, his statutes and his judgments unto Israel. He 
hath not dealt so with any nation : and his judgments they 
do not know. Hallelujah. 

Psalm cxlvlll. 

« n« ibbn n^bbn Praise ye the Lord. Praise ye the 
Lord from the heavens ; praise him in the heights ; praise ye 
him all his angels ; praise ye him all his hosts. Praise him, 



?T#$ DM B?g$3 W W&$ : ™* '55^-^5 wHgj 

:woyi m wn *3 " Q^-n^ Afw ^ron bse 
n*j»p wi nit3 , j5'! j^ T391 tf*? : ni»h^i-S>3i wy#\ pxn 
trip wBthhs\ px-oVa :e&3 TTBjn pen rtwjr 1 ??! 

• t • *s : t 1 l V|V • : - J T T • ».|« ■ 

: cu&Bh px-by mn ra 1 ? w a*r*3 V. o#~ra$ ' fen: 

• • -: - j: • t • : t t T ( - ,• t -: ,- 

: ~:|~: t : - : I' T I " : t ^ : .. T . . -;• 

dw nas* iibm * wits : l^rrter ma *ihs ^nsn 
m&tfn : QrvoaBto-Sj; art 1 Tiaaa trfDn rf?sp j rnnc^a 

t|t : -:,- tt; • ,- w : t : • 

xhXp ^333 DDH33^ : D*j3T3 Byj^tJ i»jk ttnggta) 

: n^n rron-W? tfin Tin nvfc &3Bto icra rwvh 

T -; 1 T • _ : t ; t t t t ; • v t -sg- 

tin? wna ^nfen iBhpa Wfen ■ rrfen ap 
isitf ypna ; iniSbn : i 1 ™ ah| vn&p vrrroja vr^fj 
D'-ioa ini^n binsi aha imS^n : -11331 hxa ini^n 
: njijnn 'W#3 *itth ymr'hfato 'infen : nan 






85 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

ye sun and moon; praise him, all ye stars of light. Praise 
him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye waters that float in the 
upper regions of the sky. Let them praise the name of the 
Lord ; for he commanded, and they were created. He also 
established them for ever and ever ; he made a decree which 
shall not pass away. Praise the Lord from the earth, also 
ye whales, and all the inhabitants of the great abyss. Fire 
and hail, snow and vapours, and the stormy wind, fulfilling 
his word. Ye mountains and all hills, fruitful trees and all 
cedars. Ye beasts and all cattle, creeping things, and winged 
fowl. Kings of the earth, and all people ; princes, and judges 
of the earth. Both young men and maidens, old men and 
children. Let them all praise the name of the Lord ; for his 
name alone is exalted, his glory is over the earth and the 
heavens. He will also exalt the horn of his people, the praise 
of all his saints ; even of the children of Israel, a people near 
unto him. Hallelujah. 

Psaxx cxlxix. 

"b yvw rribbn Praise ye the Lord. Sing unto the Lord 
a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints. Let 
Israel rejoice in him who made him; let the children of Zion 
rejoice in their King. Let them praise his name in the dance ; 
let them sing praises unto him with the timbrel and harp. 
For the Lord taketh pleasure in his people ; he will adorn the 
meek with salvation. Let the saints be joyful in glory ; let 
them sing aloud upon their beds. The exalted praises of God 
are in their mouth, and a two-edged sword is in their hand ; 
to execute vengeance upon the nations, and chasetisement upon 
the people ; to bind their kings with chains, and their nobles 
with fetters of iron ; to execute upon them the written judg- 
ment ; this honour have all his pious servants. Hallelujah. 

Psalm cl. 

I^lpn bM ibbn rplbbn Praise ye the Lord. Praise God 
in his sanctuary ; praise him in the firmament of his power. 
Praise him for his mighty acts ; praise him according to his 
excellent greatness. Praise him with the sound of the trumpet ; 
praise him with the psaltery and harp. Praise him with the 
timbrel and dance ; praise him with stringed instruments and 
organs. Praise him upon the harmonious cymbals ; praise 
him upon the high-sounding cymbals. Let every thing that 
hath breath, praise the Lord. Hallelujah. Let every thing 
that hath breath, praise the Lord. Hallelujah. 



: ni£3 nxb nnne> rtan is 

ni«S$3 ?*$# ^nfe? \nStf Drft$$ ^ ' fng : n^n 

-b-na him ata*i DSiyS rroa dbhwo} troS 

tv ; • T • ! T ^ ; ; ~ T • 

nVian " ^ toSiy-nyi tbm wax L ?«nb'* ^rfcx " nm 

' t •.. : - t: I : t * - ; T r s p- T „ T . . - •- T ; r - 

^ pjspi d^3 Sb-^ linn's pwirn n^9i5cn rrtosTi 
TiK>ft ni33m n^yni tsftoS'SbS Kewmn n^sn " 

| |v t : • t - : x w % t • : : "":•-; t t ; - - t: 

:T]nix5n Dg6 D^?n^ ^ ttrwg oniib wn^x r\ty) 
-^31 D'wn-^&y DW'n-nK n^ nx TpinS * tfifi nm 

t : • i- t - •• : • i- t - v t j* ^t t - | iv - : t: t - 

nntfi ens n^-^i d'Sti n^y *i#K-b3i pan d*os 

t - : v t v _ : t : • — t |v^t v -; i : | v |t t t t : 

* *wi nna : tfinriEto ^ DW'n «nw dWtik n*n£ 

t: t - •-:!-: • |: ',-t - T ; t \ v v- : 

m&En D«nb>3 nwa marcim d*i3X3 mna n#K D^riSxn 

t i j- : ' : " - " | : t ; - : t : - T ? ". • v:it 

| |v t : | t v : ,v t; vtjtt t t ; - ; 

*ipxn *nnn ^fsxsn H^" n ^ nth n '1?n ifiR w^l 
♦3 TwnK Dpni ijrn 1 ? nnS *0«rn *DttVTi mam 

| iv t : v J v|t - ' :-< - t • t ; • - : • : - : • • : - : 

DnpBT-nNi d^m wnhx wnK *nni thMk pr& 

t|t-:- v: -|t : • : |- -j • t: v •„••■,- t |t | 

cty ^-fc^ni Dn^Sy mi ^3 rwT ^3 ixnx oy-^ 
i . _ , — v ~ _j ... T . ( _ T . _ ^_ T . 

n^3»3 trn-^nra mn nn^S npps D»ni :n^rn dito 

tt-- t- | : : •.•-:• t : J|-t t - : v- -; 

: dw d^3 p«-iD3 nSi^s n3^n Dn*§Trn*o 



86 MORNING SERVICE EOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

□bisb •* "|VO " Blessed be the Lord for evermore. Amen, 
and Amen. Blessed be the Lord from out of Zion, who dwelleth 
at Jerusalem. Hallelujah. Blessed be the Lord God, tho 
God of Israel! who alone doeth wondrous things. And 
blessed be his glorious name for ever ; and let the whole 
earth be filled with his glory. Amen, and Amen !" 



Yn "pn^l And David blessed the Lord before all tho congre- 
gation; and David said, Blessed be thou, Lord God of 
Israel, our father, for ever and ever. Thine, Lord, are the 
greatness, power, glory, victory, and majesty ; for all that is 
in the heaven and in the earth is thine ; thine, Lord, is the 
kingdom ! and thou art exalted as Supreme above all. Riches 
and honour proceed from thee, and thou hast dominion over 
all ; and in thy hand are power and might, and it is in thy 
power to make great, and to give strength unto all. Now, 
therefore, our God, we thank thee, and praise thy glorious 
name. Thou art Lord alone ; thou hast made the heaven, the 
heavens of heavens, with all their host ; the earth, and all 
things that are thereon ; the seas, and all that are therein ; 
and thou preservest them all ; and the host of heaven worship 
thee. Thou art the Lord, the God, who didst choose Abram, 
and broughtest him forth out of Ur, of the dial dees, and gavest 
him the name of Abraham. And didst find his heart faithful 
before thee. 



rrnnn 1ft9 rm^l And madest a covenant with him, to give 
the land of Canaanites, the Hittites,the Amorites,thePerizzit(^, 
the Jebusites, and the Girgashites, to give it to his seed ; and 
hast performed thy words, for thou, Lord ! art righteous, 
and didst see the affliction of our fathers in Egypt, and 
heardest their cry by the Red Sea ; and displayedst signs and 
wonders on Pharoah, and on all his servants, and on all the 
people of his land : for thou knewest that they dealt proudly 
against them ; and thou didst get thee a glorious name, as it 
is this day. And thou didst divide the sea before them, so 
that they went through the midst of the sea as on dry land, 
and their pursuers didst thou throw into the deep, as a stone 
into the mighty waters. 



*n»i dhx& i*& l *nfern« xinn dvs riirv ygh»i 

jT - V •• T ; ; | T J • ^ 

nirrnx wn *m nrTWS rnrr nta "ie>x H^tJO 

at ; v v T T ^ • I " * * ** * 

: ray nsto, rnmsb'bitt. 

mw nb«!? mh rrirr!? nsn 
w : D*n nan inrvi d*id n*a nkro hwb 

«'^t |t* >r t v * | : J tt jt- ti 

• •• <v at I* C • :»" t t : : 

</ : - i ; r" | : v.t : at t : • 

| I t ; *j : % v. T " ' T >" ; at - jtt ^ - 

nw wtf rca *rfeo nirr w : pmu 

v t : ».} : i- : - a - v.' T : •' t : j): ,• : J •„• ,t ; 

Dhnn wnca ahM : mx rjnn 
yiNnax ttf-afca nbhrnxap D^n 

y- r t ,t v : v. : y :|jt a- :| 

SS^ pWia rim tfna 

AT T J j- - -; v - - ) j ; V 

l/T v - * 1 • : " J J" t • ; x j" T ; • 

':it a. _t • ,.)-; 1 : t : y" t 

T a - - |T T <; T I' f ' " ^- . VT 'P» 



87 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

mm SWi Thus the Lord saved Israel on that day, out of 
the hand of the Egyptians : and Israel saw the Egyptians 
dead upon the shore of the sea. And Israel saw that great 
work which the Lord hath done upon the Egyptians : and the 
people feared the Lord, and believed in the Lord, and in 
Moses, his servant. 



nwn ")>w> t« Then sang Moses, and the children of Israel, 
this song unto the Lord, and thus did they say :— I will sing 
unto the Lord, for he hath triumphed gloriously ; the horse 
and his rider hath he thrown into the sea. The Lord is my 
strength and song, and he is become my salvation ; he is my 
God, and I will prepare a habitation for him, my father's God, 
and I will exalt him. The Lord is the invincible warrior ; 
the Lord is his name. The chariots and host of Pharoah hath 
he cast into the sea ; and his chosen captains are sunk in the 
Red Sea. The depths have covered them ; they sunk down 
to the bottom as a stone. Thy right hand, Lord ! is become 
glorious in power ; thy right hand, Lord ! hath crushed 
the enemy. And in the greatness of thy excellency hast 
thou overthrown those who rose up against thee : thou didst 
send forth thy wrath, it consumed them as stubble. And 
with the breath of thy nostrils the waters were heaped together, 
the floods stood upright as a wall, and the depths were con- 
gealed in the heart of the sea. The enemy said, I will pursue, 
I will overtake, I will divide the spoil : my soul shall be 
glutted with vengeance upon them ; I will unsheath my sword, 
my hand shall destroy them. Thou didst blow with thy wind, 
and the sea covered them : they sunk as lead in the miglity 
waters. Who is like unto thee, Lord I amongst the mighty ? 
Who is like thee, glorious in holiness tremendous m praises, 



: 1*3 dvS tv*t\& then ns 

anu Bhra tro n$ba *a ? 

^T vj A ~ jt : V T ^ T J' 

i&s?San htf hbi ': *&s-nfefy rfcnn 

tt-Dy Tropin ivro :pa 
*j»b> : ^Bhp rttt -b« Wi n^ni rhx* 

+j :|T |,v :J T >-: V *|s^» s t:>-~ t;ati 

J" : | ~ T J' I A T ; • *.- ^- 

^k dh« ^Sk hr\a ?k : n^Sa 

v T " AT f ~: I T 

nnii nn&K drvStf bin ' : jmd ♦*#; 

- ^ t t t •• <v •• -: • 1 -it : j- : | 

■nj? [;jKa «5j* ganj ^5 i 
!&*a)3 : nr^spj rt# •figj. njr. nin^ fyjji ">?$?! 

j w una tfw &rip& nw rfaja ^nn^ 

) l" r >"; | vt -; tJ; • at ; vij-t .j) ; ; 

: nin dSj£> ■£» 1 mrv : 

|-.t >t^ : jv. : • jt ; 

♦ tana W^i s T\shm "h '3 * u# dish 1^? T : 
; W 1 ^ ys^ nbK 1 ? amp ^yjw?* * n ?$ *¥* T 1 ^ 

t v t: I- v: 

Tfca-^a nrn • wrfoli 5 ^>- n# "pap ^a n$ft 
B^TyrriBlj Dbiyrrp ♦Yfin as£o sfjjp owtjfl nssp 
b^w ittib jrenw btftn ^a ^ pa ^nsf?3»i * Sk nm 

: nnx x^x ^ aS p« npwi mx n$rSa:n Dm^ Djiaw 

t jt tv J v j v t I It : t t ~ — t «. ■• - : * : ~ : 

-*» rna* nma-ba mSx •D^nnxm i^i^in >rbx 

T I -; • j t - | v; -; - t ; • • T - 



88 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT Off A.TONESTENT. 

working miracles ? Thou stretchout out thy right hand> the 

earth swallowed them. In thy mercy hast thou led forth the 

people thou hast redeemed; with thy strength hast thou 

guided them unto thy holy habitation. The nations hear and 

tremble: sorrow seizes the inhabitants of Palestine. Then 

shall the dukes of Edom be troubled ; trembling shall take 

hold of the mighty men of Moab : all the inhabitants of 

Canaan shall become faint-hearted. Fear and dread shall fall 

upon them ; by the greatness of thy arm they shall be still 

as a stone ; till thy people pass over, Lord ! till the people 

pass over, which thou hast purchased. Thou shalt bring them 

and plant them in the mount of thy inheritance ; the place, 

Lord I which thou hast made for thy residence ; the sanctuary, 

Lord ! which thy hands have established. The Lord shall 

reign for ever and ever, 

^bo" * "The Lord shall reign for ever and ever." "For the 
kingdom is the Lord's, and he governeth the nations. And 
deliverers shall go up to mount Zion to judge the mount of 
Esau, and the kingdom shall be the Lord's. And the Lord { 
shaH be King over aU the earth : on that day the Lord alone 
shall be acknowledged, and his name shall also be one. And 
in thy law it is written thus : "Hear, Israel ! the Lord our 
God, the Lord is one." 

-n b3 ratM The soul of all living bless thy name, Lord, 
our God! and the spirit of all flesh shall continually glorify 
and extol thy memorial, our King! for from everlasting ( 
£i2^*m art God, and besides thee we havenokmg 
redeemer or saviour; who redeemeth, delivered, mamtameth 
2 ^ hath compassio; with us, in all times of trouble - 
distress • we have no king but thee. Thou art God of th 
tt and God of the last, the God of all creatures, the Lor 
o fd generations ; who is adored with all manner of praises 



—r * •» T r 



13 



iqftn -tens u£w jnioi rm&m 3hs ^n&ri mnSin 

D7SU fBiaoi tno% viysn) • d^k n^ni • dot 
*&? WJ8 V?x • oma an»$ ipj$ $ » cn&&| cjpilni 

rvnin'? D»j?$p& 0[i» pa : m^x3 wfej? ttjjfij • bk# 

troa n»aw xx$% 5 ujjfasj cjiyaa 8 a?ii uporiDR 
«n^n sua 'ur^s j^ig* *«pjt '35^3 ♦urjnfi 
sijmjL tujyh e»)tt$) ffjrj b$&?» un&W 13^ 

w-ia# n#$ nrn • u? wW? dn3« pr<i : ns'S 
*i|tft ariyi nv on p s jygg ^ ^ p#^ wm$ 

t\$m wh% o^wi ^^ja «rian i&arn i4^n 

•OTOSfS b M\# 131| «$^> nK TO V 3"lp^31 
^39 T|$ 1»^ ' ^p T D#-n** ^3i1 T$£J!| TJT|3#A 



89 MORNING SERVICE FOB THE DAY OP ATONEMENT, 

who governeth the world with tenderness, and his creatures 
with mercy. And the Lord slumbereth not, and sleepeth not ; 
he ronseth those who sleep, and awakeneth those who slumber f 
he canseth the dumb to speak ; he looseneth those that are 
bound ; he supporteth the fallen : and he raiseth up those who 
are bowed down. And, therefore, unto thee who art God alone 
will we render adoration. Although our mouths were filled 
with songs, as the fulness of the sea; and our tongues 
with hymns, as the multitude of its billows ; and our lips 
with praise, like the wide extent of the firmament ; and our 
eyes with brightness, like the sun and moon ; and our hands 
extended like the eagles of heaven ; and our feet swift as the 
.hinds; we should nevertheless be incapable of rendering 
sufficient thanks unto thee, Lord, our God ! and the God of 
our fathers ; or to bless thy name for one of the innumerable 
benefits which thou hast conferred on us and our ancestors. 
For thou, Lord, our God ! didst redeem us from Egypt, and 
released us from the house of bondage ; in time of famine thou 
didst feed us ; and in plenty thou didst provide for us ; from 
the sword thou didst deliver us; from the pestilence thou 
didst save us ; and from sore and heavy diseases thou didst 
relieve us. Hitherto thy tender mercies have supported us, 
and thy kindness hath not forsaken us ; and Lord, our God J 
do never forsake us. Therefore the members of which thou 
•hast formed us, the spirit and soul which thou hast breathed 
into our nostrils, and the tongue which thou hast placed in 
our mouth — behold, they shall thank, bless, praise, glorify, 
extol, reverence, sanctify, and ascribe sovereign power unto 
thy name, our King ! For every mouth shall adore thee, 
and every tongue shall swear fealty unto thee ; every knee 
shall bend unto thee ; and every stature shall bow down before 
thee. Every heart shall fear thee, and all inward parts and 
reins shall sing praise unto thy name ; as it is written : "All 
my bones shall say, Lord ! who is like unto thee ? Who 
deliverest the poor from him that is too strong for him ; the 
poor and needy from their oppressor." Who is like unto thee? 
who is equal unto thee ? who can be compared unto thee ? 
thou, the great, mighty, and tremendous God ! the most high 
God ! possessor of heaven and earth ! We will praise thee, we 
will adore thee, we will glorify thee, and we will bless thy 
name; as it is said by David: "Bless the Lord, my soul I 
and all that is within me, bless his holy name." 



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n$J? TBS! • i0 TO33 ^n • ^ nia¥? : n3 ^n 



THE READER BEGINS -jSon. 
lv IV -j 

Dn^ : ^ »a ttfn* sup mhsi • w 0n$ ona ny. pit* 

• : t • : t t 

^ ixsw nri3 W#rn'3 ^y_ rvD3i n^dj3M* 
" TifiS maw^a win ptf tto Trr^aa aaSa 

t: [iv i ; :- t - i ' T » 1 : J 

nxs 1 ? natf? ^n 1 ? nvnn? ♦ wrmx *rhx) wrm 

r\rv# v&T^T^ && n ^? T 3 ?? ^^ W^ 
: tjm#? tpfij. ^^j3 n^ nms^n] 

tfngrn bmn ^n ban iq^a nyb sje£ rEft& 

yb> wrvoa vfetft wSk 5 r?W s£r*a rnNai DW'a 

,.. -: " ' I •• T : vt J; • ) vit t |- t - 

n?nn rrflaa nrtt nw rpBtow ny man wi nnatf* 

t • : t ; i •••: "'•" t t : v * r : • : •* - t t 5 

: D^ijnsi nnya niarjini mm;? ndboft piehj? jy$$p} 
thk m&mnn Sk ninaetoa bnj ^ hx * nm wa 

J - s T - •• , : •- T |v,v - T: .. 11 

: Dwiyn *n ?« ™ m&? *wa Titian man 
T&m nbi ♦ nbx 1 ? mai ntfxa ^n« na jo 'rw nnjn ^? 

I |v -: - ; t :|- • • -: - t -: - i ■» -; • t * ; 

; nftn nSiyn 53 vnorn * 

T|- T * " ^ J |VT -;- TJ 



MORNING SERVICE 

FOB THE 

DAY OF ATONEMENT. 



bwn God! who art mighty in thy strength; who art 
great hy thy glorious name! mighty for ever, tremendous 
by thy fearful acts. 

Y?ftn THE KING ! who sitteth on the high and exalted 
throne, inhabiting eternity, most exalted, and most holy is 
his name ; and it is written, rejoice in the Lord, ye righteous, 
for to the just, praise is comely. With the mouth of the 
upright shalt thou be extolled ; blessed with the lips of the 
righteous ; sanctified with the tongue of the pious ; and by a 
choir of saints shalt thou be praised. 

mbnpfcm And in the congregation of many thousands of 
thy people, the house of Israel, shall thy name, our King ! 
be glorified in song, throughout all generations ! for such is 
the duty of every created being, towards thee, Lord, our 
God ! and the God of our fathers, to render thanks, to praise, 
extol, glorify, exalt, ascribe glory, bless, magnify, and adore 
thee, with all the songs and praises of thy servant David, the 
son of Jesse thine annointed. 

nnritt^ Thy name shall be praised, for ever, Almighty, 
great, and holy, King, in heaven and earth : for unto thee, 
Lord, our God ! and the God of our fathers, appertaineth song 
and praise ; hymn and psalm ; strength and dominion ; 
victory, power and greatness ; adoration and glory ; holiness 
and majesty ; blessings and thanksgivings from now and for 
evermore. Blessed art thou, Lord, Almighty King! 
glorified with praises ; most worthy of thanksgivings, Lord 
of miracles, who delighted in the songs of psalmody ; King 
Almighty and Eternal. 

nnsn Cong. may the mighty power of the Lord be now 
magnified, as thou hast declared, saying, Lord ! remember 
thy tender mercies, and thy loving kindnesses, for they 
have been of old. 



■a^!) W|3 N"?? 7 ^ ^H 3 ' ^l -1 - n ^ ■^PW ^**£ 

•pair xa^bv^ ^ TO ^ W «W ^"P 
nkrn -nruYi sgr^i?) ognnn insw nao^:] "paw 

Knna^ ♦ t*#H&\ MOT ^1 I 2 ? i^fe*? 

: l»x n^i Nfe \ymy. ' x^W) 

During the time the Reader eays WO the Congregation say •pan'. 

s "pbsn \\ ns< oil f 

: tin cbisV TTpQiJ \) Sppa pmSnp 

(The Ark id opened.) 
"^8 U^X V : ™X $N| 

.. „.- T - .. T ^ T 

Y^n xnm nix ^ • inrrbpS 

: Sin n$ kitm diS^ ng>y 

nimx p?£i ^1x3 cSiy nix 

: *n*i i&x ^sixd 

•V- - T V | - 

... T ~ . .. T T 

(The Ark is closed.) 

u dj£> n^n^i nix • rnin nn^p TO3 wrcj tx 
n*5j d^idp nib^a • rr$ ^rn roiSsk ^n 1 ??? s n^ 
V3 nnx dv ^ * nj^ *j»a D^xtpn rejj ^ : trpgj 



nsan^ nan^i *n5*yt 
ofi-ran o^bian 'oba ?jba 

ntoros sDhb -ibb D^ribs 

T -; T •• T • V: 

ia^ vasb ttbin fori nrn 

; t t ; : • : : t . 

t t : t - t : 

Ths cri spra : nbrii-n 
*rn : -nn obisb irrobp 

_ . t - ■• ' t : t: 

: abfo 



91 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 



bTiJT May his great name be exalted, and sanctified 
throughout the world, which he hath created according to his 
will. May he establish his kingdom in your life-time, and in 
your days, and in the life-time of the whole house of Israel ; 
speedily, and in a short time ; and say ye, Amen. 

pN Cong. Amen. May his great name be blessed and 
glorified for ever and ever. His name and memorial shall 
also be exalted for ever and ever. 

*7""orp May his hallowed name be praised, glorified, exalted, 
magnified, honoured, and most excellently adored. Blessed is 
he, far exceeding all blessings, hymns, praises and beatitudes, 
that are repeated throughout the world ; and say ye, Amen. 

Reader. Bless ye the Lord, 



who is ever blessed. 

"Xro. Gong. Blessed be the 
Lord, who is blessed for ever 
and evermore. 

*Tra Blessed art thou, 
Eternal, our God ! King of 
the universe, who openest for 
us the gates of mercy, and 
enlightenest the eyes of 
those who hope for his for- 
giveness; who formeth the 
light, and createth darkness ; 
preserveth all in concord, and 
createth all things ; even the 
eternal light in the treasure 
of everlasting life; he com- 
manded light from darkness, 
and it was. 

nbo Read, and Cong. pardon a holy people, on this 
holy day, thou who art most high and holy. 

listen Read, and Cong. We have sinned against thee, 
our Kock ; forgive us, our Creator. 

tN Thou didst aforetime teach on the day of atonement 
how to entreat thee ; light and pardon didst thou promise 
to the people whom thou didst redeem. When thou didst 
forgive the iniquities and sins of the congregation on this 
day, the tenth day of the month, thou didst also promise them 
the tabernacle of testimony. pardon, &c. Sins then pre- 
vailed in Israel. When this day drew near, they supplicated 



T-arP Blessed, praised, 
glorified, extolled, and exal- 
ted, shall be the holy name, 
of the Supreme King of 
Kings ! blessed is he ; for he 
is the first and the last, and 
besides him there is no God. 
Extol him who causeth the 
uppermost sphere to move 
by his name Jah ! Kejoice 
before him ; for his name is 
exalted above all blessing and 
praise. Blessed be the name 
of the glory of his kingdom 
for ever and ever. Blessed 
be the name of the Lord 
from henceforth and for 
evermore. 



: nisa wh nnnp nSsn ax 

riavj ? ro 'p.5H * hSidi hnuh PTO? w : nj# 
nyn • *nn*SoS mxn wan *■» : n^Di nix nxvS 

A. T ■ t « T • t | •• : - t-: ••: 

• V&s Sr nhsoi tf?K rxni : ^nSo naxni njsn 
ttTl nS => (peh| »'*) : y^na iron xj ^ njjpj wwtj 
xan Sa Sy_ nrix p*s nj • vhhvb jra WBBhf}} 
KJ3 xV] fiix? tt3jn • crpSiy ^9 I 1 ? tiMDIj : wSy 
■0?&3 tfsja ' njrwn kvi ^? rtapi aita *** : dvdSsj 
nix vh rnr ♦ etei aS ttastf n^Si cav : npn* traiS 

t - : • v v t •• : - t t : - t t | t t : 

D^nn? • B^sjp n.np ^?njji nap? nSt > : K$) *^R nisa3 
x¥3 xS • f 3? "tw? ffi} IRQ 1 ? * bTJtt^ nm : n'^pn 
mpo • f$ ^jon iflfa pa^e "■** • tpaffeo Djrn ovn 
*A>59 ' r-nsn vn *n$£ furaa : ^j nom D?n 

|x* r;a nsapn ne> *■ : rvn? Snjs ^D? 103 ^nixs 
*ra« *«8 : rvxnb naiD3 ^71x3 =03310 • rvjrp 
ring *»n : D'p&sn m?htf ajti mxa nniy • tfjaasga 
: nbtyp pitf rhm ^J9 ■ rn^ffj n^jni nj?# aS 
WSJ?? t)M3 UBTR ' pi3j) x 1 ? xtpnrn np v jn orw? 
narjj? \xnip • d*t&& *yp nix 3 s$g$ «anj5 rf» : p^ 
na*srpn ehti • nrov unxini Dnpa ir;n s cnsa dv 

t • J : - - - : •■ -: ; v| v : w " \ • n • 

nw • niaS *jax D^a uastf ***» . nnxn ^x new 

dv? nntpj) anx3 uxfcnp n n : niaaS jrna n % £ nix 

: wiSd n&xro xj hSd a^ ; pn ♦ ^nn^D 

• : - x : T - : • }: - • x . : 

: i^toi DinD • mip r cva > fcrnjj n: 1 ? n^p 



92 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

him who pardoneth and forgiveth ; and with repentance 
approached him who formeth the light, and is ready to pardon. 
We have sinned, &c. Mayest thou also grant me forgiveness, 
thou source of light, and at this time answer, and say, / have 
pardoned. enlighten our eyes, and pass by our transgression; 
and do not slay those who sin through ignorance, as those who 
sin presumptuously. pardon, &c. We have acted presumptu- 
ously, and done wickedly ; but thou art just concerning all that 
is come upon us. We have sinned against thee, Sovereign of 
the universe : edify us with thy divine light, that we may not 
depart ashamed. We have sinned, &c. thou who art good, and 
ready to pardon, righteousness is thine : cleanse us in thy fountain, 
thou who art clothed with righteousness. Day and night do 
we in prayer pour forth our heart and soul : cause the light of 
expiation to shine on our afflicted soul. O pardon, &c. Be 
gracious unto us when thou dost search our secret works, and 
in mercy forgive the iniquities of those who have been borne by 
thee ; that we may walk in the light of thy countenance, and not 
depart empty from thy presence this day. We have sinned, &c. 
make the sins of thy people white as snow, for the fountain of life 
and mercy is with thee; we therefore come to address thee, who 
rememberest the covenant ; guide us with thy light, as thou 
didst him, [Elijah] who was hidden by the brook Cherith. O 
pardon, &c. Lord, who pardonest the sheep of thy pasture 
[Israel] ; cover us with thy light, as thou didst him (Moses) when i 
he beheld the rays of thy glory. Answer us, our Father, in 
our deep affliction, and cause Israel, who is compared to the rose 
of the valley, to glisten as the morning-star [Venus]. We have 
sinned, &g. Open the gate [of heaven] for us, that our prayer 
may ascend ; we supplicate thy presence, thou who dwellest 
on high. Cleanse us from our impurity, that we receive no 
injury from our sin ; refine us as silver purified seven times. 
pardon, &c. Draw us nigh unto thy salvation, for the merit 
ofthe two youngroes (Moses and Aaron), even those who proclaim 
the sanctification ofthe day of atonement : feed us as aforetime, 
and enlighten our countenance : thou most merciful, be 
attentive, grant our request, and delay not. Wehavesinned, &c. 
We have poured out our anxious hearts as water ; that thou 
who searchest the hearts mayest enlighten our morning prayer 
with pardon. — Cleanse us, and we shall be purified on the day 
of expiation ; hearken when we exclaim, pardon us, we 
beseech thee, and say, I have pardoned. pardon a hol\ 
people on this holy day, thou who art most high and holy 

I 



On Sabbath Omit from paS VKDH to nVo. 

-f?53 tftr® raw* owl? jtJjR mr& h$? ■wskj 

nMPi3 d^3 ■ ; sj^fgb ei nib :nnrtns nb>?£ fW3 dv 
♦tk& nob c^nso ^fn t^ 1 ? p$3 nx^ ♦irb>y 

ttay vfri* : d 1 ?^ mm? MiPSjRn TOisprn na^n | 
pa •uaa&OTK ♦ ws7 tn« 'why Dm D*m worn* 
♦tit bits* pan • njn Vra ^na ?x : m^ auB>a • «-;b» 

Sk W3 Dnsoa ran •**> *£&n Q^np vxm 

. • : - : • t — • : • j : t t : 

: hSd ^nfcjS! tying? tk nw& 

On Sabbath say from tTV San to riSo "pHfe*. 

:*3 Bhnp T ps Vfctf ^351 ^pj80} !»B) *prp» Sin] 
ttbn wyia • JBfti $&B SgPfl * n^e *&# nin^ 

t: : •% t^; ••■ t ; ■ | ;• tt: t j : • 

♦D^rns rv^y nmVi nxS "man : D*km hym anas* 

. _. _ . T |V^T • T" : | V,T T ... - . -. _ . . T T V 

•nSftn :n^xni nfcwb Yfcn HP ^a enna laxo* 
mm: KBonsm -iKiaam ns^n mkb ra? Dansrr 
ttra \rm * tt^R orn train *fEiT& * dSij? *rft*i s dS^ 
psi • tj^w j"x : tfBp aapa • ^^ jsj • Jiagi^a i« 

«x?^ia ^ nan rxi •ii«tan nia^ ^«ia ^3 



93 MOBNING SERVICE F0& THE BAY OP ATOflEBTEffT. 

yixh -v»N&n Who with mercy enlighteneth the whole earth, 
and those who dwell therein : and in his goodness, every day 
constantly reneweth the work of the creation. How great 
are thy works, Lord ! in wisdom hast thou made them al] ; 
the earth is full of thy possessions. Thou art the only King, 
who is extolled, praised, glorified, and exalted, ever since the 
creation. Thou art the everlasting God ! in the abundance of 
thy mercy have compassion on us. Lord ! thou art our 
strength, the rock of our fortress, the shield of our salvation, 
be thou our defence. The Blessed God is Omniscient ; he 
hath made and established the radiance of the sun; he who 
is good hath formed that which is for the glory of his name, 
he hath encircled with luminaries the seat of his strength, 
chiefs of holy bands extolling the Almighty, continually 
declare the glory of God, and his holiness. Blessed be thou, 
Lord our God ! for all the praiseworthy works of thy hands, 
and for the bright luminaries which thou hast formed ; they 
shall glorify thee for ever. 

[THY 1 "?Drr All beings give thanks imto thee ; they all* 
praise thee ; and every one declare that there is none holy 
like the Lord. Thev all extol thee, for ever, thou who 
formest all things. God ! who daily openest the portals of 
the gates to the east, and cleavest the windows of the firma- 
ment : bringest forth the sun from its place, and the moon 
from the place of its residence, and enlightenest the universe, { 
and all its inhabitants, which thou didst create according to 
thy attribute of mercy. Thou, who with mercy illuminateth 
the earth, and those who dwell therein ; and in thy goodness, 
every day constantly renewest the work of the creation. Thou 
art the only King to be extolled, praised, glorified, and exalted, 
ever since the creation. Thou art the everlasting God ! in thine 
abundant mercy, have compassion on us ; Lord J thou art 
our strength, the rock of our fortress, the shield of our salva- 
tion, be thou our defence. There is none to be compared with 
thee ; nor is there any besides thee ; there is no other save 
thee ; and who is like unto thee ? There is none to be compared 
with thee, Lord, our God ! in this world ; nor is there any 
besides thee, our King ! in the future state. There is no 
other save thee, our Redeemer ! in the days of the Messiah; 
and who will be like thee, our Saviour, at the resurrection 
of the dead 



: toid vth nnne> rhsn *k 

♦na^3 h$ ^3 *fipl» fn? ■ tftojsi -Sa *# jh« Sx 
nK^jgri :inix D*33io nyow njri •cbiy &6fc wb; hi} 

nnixo D^nib trna? odb DW3 "ion 'ikd? ♦jjfr 
mass rfa : ^fenm rcwa njfta onr • wfcic anatf 
trpsjn v? tfafco : ^3fi yp£ nhyftb rwip * ens [nj 

D^fcn dh«m D*n&b> idVijti b:a dvt ma tum 

T-; ••■: t^t t: t • vt 

♦ mK-rrm muh trip : in«?fi -DiS ran n^n^ • ussrS 

-; • - v |V - tJ t : - v." : t • : t t: t : • 

♦ dhd xnrba i^-D^nu ra# : raakn mw rpnni nxn 
: Bhpn nvm d^3i«i wsfw rfra\ rnxsm 

vj ( - - : • - : • t : t ••.: v| s : • 

yy&n BP3 Dtwarr^sa mp ^k W? 

^. . . - _. - - T . - T v -: ■• t 

*r\p aip nnmn dvS ntoy mxsn : itds km -by iBh 

tTt v *| t ; - : 1 ^t Vj* : • : •• • '- - t; 

-hib Sx ra# 130 *jwn dv 6#) nn# m tnaeri dvS 

r . l' t . • * ' ! " V" " ,v . v T " " l : 

rog>n or? te> Tap nwq ii3#9 T3?n on : ^5^© 

[••rttt^a hub my) n» psaf? :^ nninb ra 

TIT " T ; T -; ■ : 1 r • ; T - : 

r\mp hrnxm hb tjfp ^b hvh w rfrm t yp s ro£ 
tfr^K 5 *tt# : Bhfj M3# 01*3 W$3 banir iaj£> 

pan S>n Sypa tras^ •nsaiv u^o ^?n *ehav 
r^jttrSfliTT n ^£ ratf-by unsta T^nn :nnna 

; " ■ I | VT • |« I" " I -t : • - t • 

[:n?s to nw# tik 

L t |v I 1 -: t ; t |» t v 

p?n dt^« Hfl *^p3 Ti! !"Nn?3 d^5^ -dSij; en? 
pTQj cb •thnj D^j *D^n^f d^ 1 thy ^ 



94 MOBNINQ SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATOffBBEffT. 

^nw bw God is the Lord of all productions ; he is praised 
snd adored by the mouth of every soul breathing ; his power 
and goodness fill the universe. Knowledge and understanding 
encircle him ; who exalteth himself above the angels, and is 
adorned with glory on his heavenly seat. Purity and rectitude 
are before his throne ; kindness and mercy complete his glory. 
The luminaries which our God created are good ; for he formed 
them with knowledge, understanding, and wisdom ; he hath 
endued them with power and might, to bear rule in the world. 
They are filled with splendour, and radiate brightness ; their 
splendour is graceful- throughout the world. They rejoice 
when going forth, and are glad at their return ; and with 
reverential awe perform the will of their creator. They ascribe 
glory and majesty to his name, joy and song to the com- 
memoration of his kingdom. He called the sun, and it rose hi 
resplendent light ; at his look the moon assumed its varying 
form. The whole heavenly host ascribe praise unto him ; the 
seraphim, ophanim, and holy angels, ascribe glory and majesty. 

rQtt? nt»N b«b We will give praise to God who rested from 
all his works, on the seventh day he exalted himself, and sat 
on his majestic throne. With honour did he adorn the day of 
rest, and called the sabbath-day a day of delight. This is the 
glory of the seventh day ; the Omnipotent rested thereon from 
all his work ; and the seventh day therefore praiseth itself 
with a psalm and song for the sabbath. Therefore all whom 
God hath formed, shall glorify and bless him ; they shall 
ascribe praise, honour, and glory unto the King, who hath 
formed all things ; and who through his holiness, causeth his 
people Israel to inherit rest on the holy sabbath. Thy name, 
Lord, our God I shall be sanctified, and thy memorial, 
our King ! be glorified in the heavens above, and on the earth 
beneath, for all the praiseworthy works of thy hands, and for 
the bright luminaries which thou hast formed; they shall 
glorify thee for ever. 

inis T-ann Blessed be thou, our Creator, King, and 
Redeemer! Creator of holy angels. Praised shall be thy name 
for ever, our King ! Creator of officiating angels, and whose 
ministering angels are all established in the highest sphere ; 
causing with reverence and unanimity, their voice to be heard, 
proclaiming the dictates of the living God, and the sovereign 
of the universe. Those beloved, chosen, and mighty spirits, 






: Tim uth mw rtan m 

Dennis d?y\ : Byjip prj • n^ft* na<N3 D^j? cVai 
D*anaai mam rrrtfa mnaa* ntthpg • dtps na 
: ttytyxb ttBtoj?9* &TT8W a^SSW : D^ 
• *on wno • nrjfl3i 1BJ5 Wiio ^n ^xn d# m 
B^i3) • nja nj a?ptf nia^a ^ly Dn^y ; tfSajaa a^ot 
nsb>a • nr) nroa umh wnprb i nh pit nieh 

t i ; - | -|- ; t; : -|: - : vt * : 

anew tf:ny nnx5 t&a • nehp «ssjm * mm 

t : • : 

pan ^a aSa niKirc 5 BFnfe tfnp ■ 0np 

: vnaa 



•tori*! WM» 

: irflaba -naa 



worm 



wdSd 



vflaSo 



b3^3 

- ; •• T 

aa'#3 

aa'tfa 

- ; •• T 

aa^a 

- : •• t 

aa'^a 

- ; •• t 

aa'#a 



The Ark is opened.) 

: in«fea -naa c# ^ia w* pn 
vSk • toum K*n niaai • una 

t •• • t v; • ; • t-: 

• T • : ; • T - 

: wfea 

• : - t 

up fna • irv^a r$t BhTg 

T • ; T t ; • |t 

*\rn ma tejfe rh$ vhnfc 

t •. -: - - •• - | t 

WTiaj pka; 19] grip 
inanxa rtsm mji: 0np 



95 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

all performing the will of the master with sacred fear and 
reverence ; all their months chaunt holiness and purity ; 
and with song and psalmody, continually blessing, praising, 
glorifying, reverencing hallowing, and ascribing sovereign 
power unto the name of God, the great, mighty, and 
tremendous King! who alone is holy. They also 
willingly receive from each other the yoke of the kingdom 
of heaven ; and give permission to one another to sanctify 
their Maker with a tranquil spirit, pure language, 
and sacred harmony; they altogether cry aloud, and with 
awful fear, proclaim. 

amp Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of Hosts ; the whole- 
earth is full of his glory. 

UW *7"m Reader and Cong, Blessed be the name of his 
glorious majesty ; his majesty is in the midst of the assembly 
of my congregation, his glory is my confidence ; to him I 
supplicate, to pardon the iniquity of my sin ; and on the fast, 
day of atonement he will gratify me, for he will answer and 
say, I have pardoned, 

irpbm THN Wrp The Holy, he is omnipotent in his 
exalted habitation. Blessed be the name of his glorious 
majesty. 

The Holy hath founded his pardon on repentance. 
Blessed be the name, &c. His majesty, &c. 

The Holy hath revealed the secret of his law to his people 
Blessed be the name, &c. 

The holy rejoiceth when the sheep of his pasture [Israel] 
are worthy of pardon. Blessed be the name, &c. Bis 
majesty, &c. 

The Holy pardoneth his people. Blessed be the name, &c. 

The Holy, his people speak of his omnipotence. Blessed 
be the name, &c. Bis majesty, &c. 

The Holy remembereth with his love his people. Blessed 
be the name, &c. 



: niM m*? nnne> nSsn w 

wtsho : p*rg;i • iron #§} nag pari 0H£ 

-:-t | t • : •• ; •••: |t 

: 93'^3 • THJ)0 faffifc! *J5>j6 ^53 0HfJ 

wftaf» ♦ pr^5 • mxnfp ntf n$fe nni* dv 1 ? Bhijj 

: web • wnfc n^ioi SniD tfnp 

moSo ♦ 03^3 • vrroB ohm tana nn3 pikij grip 

: mtp* • man* Sty ^niD 1 ? ni&i nSio tfnp 

wAo : $3'^ .♦ inpn ^ tj» nSi nes) jty tfnjj 

: &|^9 • ttTjTP?? "KBSJ ti^S BTip 

: m'#? • insHj? «na d*#hj? 0hj3 

mho : 53^'3 t in^T pg\ pani mm. ^np T 

: es'gk • WE3# ji^53 Q % pOf p\& Bhnj5 

: wtfa • vriKBn nw Dwnn 0np 

vSk • vmbk wn him • 'my bnpa m^So 

.... . . . , .. . j . . . . 



96 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

The Holy delighteth in the affliction of the soul of his pious 
people* Blessed be the name, &c. His majesty ', &c. 

The Holy cleanseth the unclean with the water of his 
sprinkling. Blessed be the name, <fec. 

The Holy will make the sins of his peculiar people as 
white as snow. Blessed be the name, &c. His majesty, Ac. 

thou who art holy, pardon the transgressions of thy 
people Israel. Blessed be the name, &c. 

The Holy hath appointed one day in the year for an 
atonement. Blessed be the name, &c. His majesty, &c. 

The Holy pardoneth and forgiveth his congregation. 
Blessed be the name, &c. 

The Holy whose divine presence appeared on the 
summit of the mountain [Sinai]. Blessed be the name, &c. 
His majesty, &c. 

The Holy forgiveth, and is beneficent to those who fear 
him. Blessed be the name, &c. 

The Holy will pardon iniquity, and will not awaken all 
his wrath. Blessed be the name, &c. His majesty, &c. 

The Holy will graciously remove our transgressions. 
Blessed be the name, &c. 

The Holy will accept for our penance the fast of the tenth 
day. Blessed be the name, &c. His majesty, &c. 

The Holy saints glorify his holiness. Blessed be the 
name, &c. 

The Holy is most merciful, and most gracious, and 
there is none besides him. Blessed be the name, &c. 
His majetsy, &c. 

The Holy dwelleth in heaven, his established abode. 
Blessed be the name, &c. 

The Holy D^apann declare his glory. Blessed be the 
name, &c. 

iJTObfc His majesty is in the midst of the assembly of 
my congregation, his glory is my confidence; to him I 
supplicate to pardon the iniquity of my sin ; and on the fast 
day of atonement he will gratify me, for he will answer, and 
say, I have pardoned* 

VOL. II. 13 



: imp DV? mw rtofifl re 

d^k-m arr mp*n n* 1 d^-oi mte* m*nnn 

• - : 1 : t |T • t : I" t ; : |- . - - : 

cray 1 ? ffsib nss?S am jsini rvn ^ rjs w 

ttn: • t : - •■. ; I" : t - t «•; I ' T J 

mvm *mk$&\ pig Tftaw tfjo •wkuh ntq 
Dn.ix riwji , ttt*J| : m^Q nfcse y&jj w^g cntq 

: nrmqej tjfp • ; runs ^vts • m*6 rrjje ^5 

mm rbm rbzn *^rfe« w wona* nn nan** 

t •• • t : t ; v I" v: t: |T : - -; t - t -;■ - 

J : : t v , •• -; -: - |- : - |- » |- *t t : r t 

nefjo tftT^r^ p^ w&sfo TI^ TSbf?! 712*9? 

Btay&l ♦^ nxT^ nnris 1 ? mn 1 ? nn^ ♦^^^5 
rbw ♦ wnba fcniarn Wrm ^Bhp Dgb *3 : n^i cSiyS 

tj-t : I T T T " : T ~ J :: J T *' : ■■' T t^: 

• pan niaja j^Tse m^? agraa • *|*5$e*3 hn^?i 
uep • rtw? nijn# Saw ^k ^ : dra£ hwjwp aiyWn 



97 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

nv*nm And the angels shall sing, the chernbs glorify, the 
seraphim exult in song, and the angels bless the Lord : and 
the face of every angel, ophan, and cherub, also the seraphim ; 
opposite each other, they sing praise, and say, blessed be the 
glory of the Lord from his residence. 

"ynn bsb To the blessed God, they shall offer harmonious 
songs. To the King ! the living and ever-existing God ! shall 
they utter hymns, and cause praises to be heard, for he alone 
worketh mighty things, and maketh new ones : he is the Lord 
of battles, he soweth righteousness, and causeth salvation to 
spring forth : the Creator of all medicine, tremendous in praises, 
and Lord of wonders : and who in his goodness every day 
constantly reneweth the work of the creation : as it is said, to 
him who made great luminaries, for his mercy endureth for 
ever : a new light shalt thou cause to shine on Zion, and may 
we speedily enjoy its splendour. Blessed art thou, Lord ! 
the former of lights. 

nnn nnrM With abundant love hast thou loved us, Lord, 
our God ! and with exceeding great mercy hast thou compass- 
ion over us, our Father ! and our King ! for the sake of our 
ancestors, who trusted in thee ; to whom thou didst teach the 
statutes of life ; thus also be gracious unto us, and teach us, 
we beseech thee. our Father of mercies, continually shew- 
ing mercy, be gracious unto us, and enlighten our hearts, 
that we may be able to understand, folly comprehend, hearken, 
learn, teach, keep, execute, and accomplish all the words of 
the doctrine of thy law in love. enlighten our eyes through 
the law, and cause our hearts to cleave unto thy precepts : 
unite also our hearts to love and revere thy name, that we 
may not be confounded for ever ; we have trusted in thy holy, 
great, mighty and tremendous name ; we rejoice and are glad 
in thy salvation. Therefore bring us back in peace from the 
four corners of the earth ; and lead us securely to our land, 
for thou art the Omnipotent who worketh salvation ; and 
hast made choice of us in preference to every people and 
language ; and thou hast in truth brought us near unto thy 
great name ; to give praise unto thee, and acknowledge thee 
as a unity. Blessed art thou, Lord ! who with love hath 
chosen his people Israel, 






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98 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

hvrw* WV Hear, Israel, the Lord our God is one 
God. Blessed be the name of the glory of his kingdom 
for evermore! and thou shalt love the Lord thy God with 
all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. 
And these words which I command thee this day shall be 
in thy heart. And thou shalt teach them diligently unto 
thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in 
thy house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when 
thou liest down, and when thou risest up. And thou shalt 
bind them for a sign upon thy hand, and they shall be as 
frontlets between thine eyes. And thou shalt write them 
upon the door-posts of thy house, and upon thy gates, 

VfcW D« mm And it shall come to pass, if ye shall 
hearken diligently unto my commandments which I command 
you this day, to love the Lord your God, and to serve 
him with all your heart, and with all your soul ; that I will give , 
you the rain of your land in its due season ; the first rain 
and the latter rain, that thou may est gather in thy corn, 
thy wine, and thine oil : and I will send grass in thy fields 
for thy cattle, that thou mayest eat and be satisfied. Take 
heed to yourselves, that your heart be not deceived, and ye 
turn aside, and serve other gods, and worship them. For 
then the Lord's wrath will be kindled against you, and he 
will shut up the heavens, that there be no rain, and the 
land will not yield her fruit, and ye shall perish quickly from 
off the goodly land which the Lord giveth you. Therefore 
shall ye lay up these my words in your heart, and in your 
soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand and they 
shall be as frontlets between your eyes. And ye shall teach 
them to your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in 
thy house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou 
liest down, and when thou risest up. And thou shalt write them 
upon the door-posts of thy house, and upon thy gates. 
That your days, and the days of your children, may be 
multiplied in the land which the Lord sware unto your 
fathers to give them, as the days of heaven upon the earth. 



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99 MORNING SERVICE TOR THE PAY OP ATONEMENT. 

•rtWl And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Speak unto 
the children of Israel, and bid them to make themselves fringes 
on the borders of their garments, throughout their generations, 
and that they put upon the fringes of the borders a thread of 
blue. And it shall be unto you for a fringe, that ye may ! 
look upon it, and remember all the commandments of the Lord, I 
and do them ; and that ye seek not after the inclinations of. 
your heart, and the delight of your eyes, in pursuit of which 
ye have been led astray. That ye may remember, and do all 
my commandments, and be holy unto your God. I am the 
Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, 
to be your God : I am the Lord your God. 



anm nBH True, and certain ; firm, and stable ; right, and t 
faithful; lovely, and dear; desirable, and pleasant; reverent 
and excellent ; regular, and acceptable ; good, and beautiful, 
is this word unto us, for ever and ever. It is true, that the 
everlasting God is our King! the Rock of Jacob, and shield 
of our salvation. He endureth from generation to generation, 
his name also abideth; his throne is established, and his 
kingdom and truth endure for ever. His words also are living, 
permanent, faithful and desirable for ever, even unto all ages ; 
as well those which he hath spoken concerning our ancestors, 
as those concering us, our children, our generations, and the 
generations of the seed of Israel thy servants, both the first 
and the last for ever and ever. It is a statute that shall not 
pass away. It is true,that thou art the Lord our God ; and 
the God of our fathers, for ever and ever. Thou art our 
King, and the King of our fathers ; for the sake of thy name, 
hasten, to redeem us, as thou didst redeem our ancestors. 
It is true that we have ever been called in love by thy 
great name, there is no other God besides thee. 



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100 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

mt2 Thou, Lord! hast been the help of our fathers from 
everlasting : a Shield and a Saviour unto their children after 
them, throughout all generations. Thy throne is in the 
invisible height of the universe, and thy judgments and 
righteousness extend unto the remotest boundaries of the earth. 
Happy is that man who hearkenth unto thy commandments ; 
and layeth up thy law and word in his heart. Verily, thou 
art Lord of thy people, and a mighty King to plead their 
cause. Indeed, thou art the first, and thou art the last, and 
besides thee, we have neither King, Redeemer, nor Saviour, 
Lord, our God ! thou didst redeem us from Egypt, and 
didst deliver us from the house of bondage. All their first- 
born didst thou slay, but thy first-born didst thou redeem : 
thou didst divide the Red Sea, but drownedst the proud ; thy 
beloved people passed through the sea, but the waters covered 
their enemies, so that not one of them escaped. For this the 
beloved praised and glorified thee, God ! and the dearly 
beloved uttered psalms, songs, and praises; blessings and 
thanksgivings unto thee, King ! living and eternal God ! , 
high and exalted, great and tremendous ! who casteth down 
the proud, and exalteth the humble : who delivereth prisoners, 
redeemeth the meek, and helpeth the poor : and who answereth 
his people, when they supplicate him. Praise be to the 
most high God! blessed and ever blessed be He. — Moses and 
the children of Israel, sang a song unto thee with great joy ; 
and they all said. 

TOM ib Who is like unto thee, Lord ! among the mighty? 
Who is like unto thee, glorious in holiness, tremendous in 
praises, working miracles ? 

r\wm rr)>W Those that were redeemed, sang a new song 
unto thy great name ; upon the sea-shore they all unanimously 
praised, and acknowledged thee King! and said, the Lord 
shall reign for ever and ever. 

btf-)W> ttt thou, who art the Rock of Israel, arise, and 
help Israel ; and redeem according to thy promise, Judah, and 
Israel. Our Redeemer, the Lord of Hosts ! the Holy One of 
Israel is his name. Blessed art thou, Lord! who hath 
redeemed Israel. 



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101 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT, 



VlBtt? >3"T« Lord ! open thou my lips, and my mouth shall 
declare thy praise. 

^ nns 11-12 Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! and the 
God of our ancestors, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, 
and the God of Jacob ; the great, mighty and tremendous, 
God ! the most High God, who bestowest gracious favours. 
Possessor of all things, who rememberest the piety of the 
patriarchs, and wilt in love send a Redeemer to their posterity, 
for the sake of his name. 

D^nb irOT Remember us unto life, God, the King, who 
delightest in life write us in the book of life, for thy 
eake, God of life ! King, thou art our Supporter, our 
Saviour, and our Shield. Blessed art thou, Lord! the 
Shield of Abraham. 

"1122 nriN Thou, Lord ! art mighty for ever ; it is thou 
who revivest the dead, and art mighty to save, who sustainest 
the living with beneficence, and with great mercy quickenest 
the dead, supportest the fallen, and healest the sick : thou 
eettest at liberty those that are bound, and wilt accomplish 
thy faith unto those that sleep in the dust. Who is like unto 
thee, Lord of mighty acts 1 or who can be compared unto 
thee, King, who killest, and restorest to life ; and causes t. 
salvation to spring forth? 

"ptt3 ^ Who is like unto thee, merciful Father, who 
in mercy rememberest thy creatures to life 1 Thou art also 
faithful to revive the dead. Blessed art thou, Lord, 
who revivest the dead. 

WMp nriN Thou art holy and thy name is holy, and 
the saints praise thee daily. Selah. 

"pnQ in pil And therefore extend thy fear, Lord, 
our God, over all thy works, and thy dread over all thou hast 
created : that all thy works may fear thee, and all creatures 
bow down before thee ; so that they may all form one 
band, to perform thy will with an upright heart; and be 
all convinced, as we are, Lord, our God, that dominion 
appertained unto thee, that strength is in thy hand, might 
in thy right hand, and that thy name is tremendous ovei 
all thou hast created. 



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102 MOBNING 8BBV1CB FOB THB DAT OP ATONEMBNT. 

TOD )n pm And therefore, Lord ! grant honour unto 
thy people ; applause unto those who fear thee ; a pleasing 
hope unto those who seek thee ; and confidence unto those 
who wait for thee ; joy unto thy land, gladness unto thy city, 
a revival of the kingdom of thy servant David, and an 
ordination of renewed splendour to the son of Jesse, thine 
anointed, speedily in our days. 

D^THS pa*i And then the righteous will see it, and 
rejoice ; the upright be glad, and the saints exult in song ; 
but iniquity will be dumb, and all manner of wickedness 
vanish as smoke ; when thou shalt remove the dominion of 
wickedness from the earth. 

nns Tibttm Then, Lord ! thou alone shalt reign over 
all thy works in Mount Zion, the residence of thy glory, and 
in Jerusalem, the city of thy sanctuary ; as it is written in 
thy holy word, the Lord reigneth for ever, even thy God ! 
Zion, from generation to generation. Hallelujah ! 

nns WMp Thou art holy, and thy name is tremendous ; 
and besides thee there is no God : as it is written, and the 
Lord of hosts shall be exalted in judgment ; and the holy 
God shall be sanctified through righteousness. Blessed 
art thou, Lord ! holy King ! 

lamnn nnN Thou hast chosen us from all people ; thou 
hast loved us, and hast delighted in us, and exalted us above 
all nations, and sanctified us with thy commandments, and 
brought us near unto thy service, our King, and hast called 
us by thy great and holy name. 

13b inm And with love hast thou given us, Lord, our 
God, [on the sabbath say, the sabbath-day, for a sanctification 
and rest, and] this day of atonement, for pardon, forgiveness, 
and atonement : and thereon to pardon all our iniquities : 
[on the sabbath, say, in love] a holy convocation, a memorial 
of the departure from Egypt. 

Y^nbs Our God, and the God of our fathers, mayest thou 
be pleased to grant that our memorial, and the memorial of 
our fathers, the memorial of the Messiah, the son of David, 
thy servant, and the memorial of Jerusalem, thy holy city, 
and the memorial of all thy people, the house of Israel, may 
ascend, come, approach, be seen, accepted, heard, visited, 



men ow n*?w n^an 



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103 MOBNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

and remembered in thy presence for the obtaining a happy 
deliverance, with favour, grace, and mercy, to life, and peace, 
[on the sabbath, say, on this sabbath-day, and on this day of 
atonement. Lord, our God! remember us thereon for good *. 
visit us with a blessing, and save us to enjoy life, and with 
the word of salvation and mercy, have compassion and be 
gracious unto us. have mercy upon us, and save us, for 
our eyes are continually towards thee ; for thou, God ! art 
a merciful and gracious King. 

>nbm l^nbs Our God, and the God of our fathers, 
pardon our iniquities [on the sabbath, say, on this day of 
rest, and] on this day of atonement. blot out and 
remove our transgressions from thy sight ; as it is said, I, 
even I, am he who blotteth out thy transgressions for mine 
own sake ; and thy sins I will not remember. And it is 
said, I have made thy transgressions vanish away like a 
cloud ; and thy sins like a vapour ; return unto me, for I 
have redeemed thee. And it is said, For on this day shall 
he make an atonement for you, to cleanse you; that ye 
may be clean from all your sins before the Lord. [On 
the sabbath, say, Our God and the God of our Fathers, 
accept our day of rest.] sanctify us with thy command- 
ments, and ordain our portion to be in thy law. satisfy 
us with thy goodness, and cause us to rejoice in thy 
salvation [on the sabbath say, and cause us, Lord 
our God, to inherit thy holy sabbath with love and delight ; 
and grant that Israel, who sanctify thy name, may have 
rest thereon) ; and purify our hearts to serve thee in truth ; 
for thou art the pardoner of Israel, who granteth remission 
of sins to the tribes of Jeshurun in every generation ; and 
besides thee there is none to whom we appeal for pardon 
and forgiveness. Blessed art thou, Lord the King, who 
pardonest and forgivest our iniquities, and the iniquities of 
thy people, the house of Israel, and causest our trespasses 
to pass away annually : King of the whole earth, who 
sanctifiest [on the sabbath, add, the sabbath) Israel, and 
the day of atonement. 



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♦ rnon ton nS ^ nmani • Tarn ta nS »3 sian 

: njn D^iy 1 ? topi mf?fc *p# cenflfl "^P D ^3 i? 2] 

: ^j*T5 ^3 6?) D^niD a»rh M13 

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104 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

n!n Lord, our God ! let thy people Israel, and their 
prayers be acceptable to thee. Restore the service to the 
oracle of thine house ; so that the burnt-offerings of Israel, 
and their prayers, may be speedily accepted by thee with 
love and favour ; and the worship of thy people Israel be ever 
pleasing unto thee. 

W*B na^nm that our eyes may behold thy return to 
Zion with mercy. Blessed art thou, Lord ! who restoreth 
his divine presence unto Zion. 

DHIB We adore thee; for thou art the Lord, our God, 
and the God of our ancestors, for evermore. Thou art the 
Rock of our life, and the Shield of our salvation : in all 
generations will we render thanks unto thee, and declare thy 
praise ; for our life, which is delivered into thy hand ; and 
for our souls, which are deposited with thee ; and for thy 
miracles, which we daily experience ; and for thy wonders and 
thy kindnessess, which are at all times exercised towards us, 
at morn, noon, and even. Thou art good, for thy compassion 
never fails : thou art merciful, for thy kindness never ceases ; 
we for evermore put our trust in thee. 

Db^ bin And for all these mercies, may thy name, our 
King, be continually praised, and highly exalted for ever 
and ever. 

D^rf? mrot And vouchsafe to inscribe all the children of 
thy covenant for a happy life. And all the living shall for 
ever give thanks unto thee, and in truth praise thy name, 
God of our salvation and our help. Blessed art thou, Lord I 
for goodness is thy name, and unto thee it is proper to give 
thanks. 

tfow &XD grant peace, happiness, and blessing, grace, 
favour and mercy, unto us, and all thy people Israel ; bless 
us, even all of us together, our Father ! with the light of 
thy countenance; for by the light of thy countenance hast 
thou given us, Lord, our God ! the law of life, benevolent 
love, righteousness, blessing, mercy, life, and peace, and may 
it please thee, to bless thy people Israel at all times with tny 
peace. 



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ny* pj : ai?j nvSa pea • j&i nrjn Sa fc>$m 
YJ^aj pari si; pa* ; "fyaiJie ^0? psi * jjea dS$$ 
♦a^nxtsnSa^.aS^?^ 'a^jta* ^Vl atfrfj *j 

4? by aS n^aw • wnaiy_ : ba by ab Sin#T| 



105 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

D^n nDDn In the book of life, blessing, peace, and 
honest sustenance, may we, and all thy people, the house 
of Israel, be remembered, and written before thee, to a 
happy life, and peace. Blessed art thou, Lord, who 
maketh peace. 

laTiiaw >nbs") i^nba Our God, and the God of our 
ancestors, may our prayers come before thee, and withdraw 
not thyself from our supplications; for we are not so 
shameless of face, or hardened, as to declare in thy presence, 
Eternal, our God ! and the God of our fathers, that we are 
righteous, and not sinned; verily [we confess] we have 
sinned. 

™ew We have trespassed, we have dealt treacherously, we 
have stolen, we have spoken slander, we have committediniquity, 
and have done wickedly; we have acted presumptuously ; we 
have committed violence ; we have framed falsehood ; we 
have counselled evil ; we have uttered lies ; we have scorned ; 
we have rebelled; we have blasphemed; we have revolted ; 
we have acted perversely ; we have transgressed ; we have 
oppressed ; we have been stiff-necked ; we have acted wickedly 
we have corrupted ; we have done abominably ; we have gone 
astray, and have caused others to err ; we have turned aside 
from thy excellent precepts and institutions, and which hath 
not profited us ; but thou art just concerning all that is come 
upon us ; for fhou hast dealt most truly, but we have done 
wickedly. 

TOB 1 ? -i&W n& what shall we say in thy presence, Othou, 
who dwellest above the universe ? Or, what shall we declare 
unto thee, who residest above the skies? Knowest thou not 
all the secret things as well as the revealed ? 

nv nriN Thou knowest all the secrets of the world, and 
the most hidden transactions of all living. Thou searchest all 
the inward parts, and examinest the reins and the heart, so 
that there is nothing concealed from thee, neither is there any 
thing hidden from thy sight. may it then be acceptable in 
thy presence, Eternal, our God! and the God of our fathers, 
to pardon all our sins, and forgive all our iniquities, and 
grant us remission for all our transgressions. 



pm.y Difcq spJffe aKpn^ wjn ^a 

dt&?> qwa ipjaf? tiwpntf kbh bjtj 

nmy *&ja raft uxtow Kton Sy 

ntrtMM njrra *afr aK&ntf xton Sy 

t < • ; ^ — : | v t : t t v ; •• *- 

n§ Tana spisfe uxt?nfc>* acpri f#j 
a^n mmra TpsS *M)n# xton Ssn 

D^ifiJi onm Wba tjsS ux&ntf Nan hv 
roj?tti pro spjj^ HK&ntf xtpn ^jr; 
T-pfma t^S uk&w atari by 

• : I v t ; t T v - ; ■• +- -. 

D?nBfc> nosta ?n*A> ttN&ntf x&n Sy 

t t ; -;'•.: I v 1 ; t t v • •■ wm 

• : • ; I v t ; t t v ; — ^- 1 

inn "i&a Tjsb tiatontf x&r. by 

^ T v : | ••• t : t t v ; •• ^- 

: ij 1 ? 133 • xfy ^ • «f? nSz? • rorr^ ?i^ c^a Sri 
« ami tyros tjsS ttxane' wan W 

tt; "-; (vt: ttv ;•• +m 

% ntntf nsM •n^aS umdp.0 xron byi 

- - ; I v t ; TTV ; •• *—l 



106 MORNING SERVICE IOR THE DAY Of ATONEMENT. 

Stan bs For the sin, which we have committed against 
thee, either by compulsion, or voluntary. And for the sin 
which we have committed against thee, with a stubborn heart. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, out of 
ignorance. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee with the utterance of our lips. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
incestuous lewdness. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either publicly or secretly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
deliberate deceit. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with the speech of the mouth. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
oppressing our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by the evil cogitation of the heart. 

For the sin which we have commited against thee, by 
assembling to commit fornication. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by acknowledging our sins with 
our mouth [but do not repent in our heart.] 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
despising our parents and teachers. And for the sin which 
we have committed against thee, either presumptuously, or 
ignorantly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
violence. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by the profanation of thy name. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
defiled lips. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with foolish expressions. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
the evil imagination. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either knowingly, or without deliberation. 

obs bin Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
denying and lying. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by taking or giving a bribe. 



: usa avb nnn«? nbsn ip 

inn pefap ^ab aawjiP atari bgi 
}Wb3i kb>53 y^ «K&n# Kipn bg 
nfiEtoi b^KM TJab ttK&ntf K&n bjn 

v t • : t -: - ; p, v t.i t t . ; •• w- t 

wtp$ w# f$f? WMQp M50 by 
na biaja TJ&S «K&n0 a&n byi 

* • : P v t : t t ••• ; •• *"-; 

»wn&b> 0^1 ^flft »«?)?$ Nt?n by 

\y t *fija?3 ^ftjfr u *tW$ *<*?* byi 
ma 1 ! d?3*r 3 fjab vxtontf atpn by 
: rw$ raj© spJlfr ««W^ m?B byi 

: xip n§3 ♦ «|? bn? * db nbp • nirvbp nib$ d^ byi 

biy npn?3 f^ ttapn^ N&rj by 
nMfia v^b «K&n0 aton byi 

• ; • | V t : T T V ; •• *-; 

jn nnx? fjab unqq? mpii by 

ry mro TJfib UK&ntf atari byi 

$*n wbj33 f ^b «wpn^ kimj by 
spiy W#j?3 f }&> vxtonw Ktjn by\ 

yinb tfbjn nrj? y^ 1 ? ^W ***?tf ^ 
6ro k'j) rrfwis T^b UN&n# atari byi 

K1# njfta^a T^ 1 ? ^W *tt?tf ^5? 
dud roofra T»b tta&ntf aton byi 



107 MORNING 8BRVICB IOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

For the sin which we hare committed against thee, by 
scoffing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by calumny. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee in traffic. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, in 
meat and drink. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
extortion and usury. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by immodest discourse. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
chattering. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, with the twinkling of our eyes. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
haughty looks. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with shamelessness. 

Db3 bin Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
shaking off the yoke of thy law. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by litigiousness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee by 
treachery to our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by envy. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by levity. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, 
by our stubbornness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
running swiftly to do evil. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by tale-bearing. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by false 
swearing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by causeless enmity. 



: niM dvS mru? rhsr\ up 

t *w ny.^^3 ^^ *^W **tqn Sy 

t n&iBTO tjbS tt«&n# Kton by 

: - | v t : t t v : «■ w - 

nbiy ♦ djtSb bwi «k0 dwdii *?yi 

t ^ •■•••-; • T - TV • t -j w - : 

nK&n • Drrby o^n «k# Dwan byi 
■hpi nbiy \yp • crrby M»n ukp D^bn bjn 

. „ ^ | T . | T v «. «Z. • T - TV • T -; *-- 

*&ni wi um * cn^Sy D^n «k# dwdh byi 

t : - - t t ••••*-: • T - TV " T -; *- ; 

' nrrja haa • cri^y. ttajtj uxg> tngtyt) ^.1 
dtehk nipta • crvby M»n «k# dwdh Syi 

v« T »-- I . _ v * «5- • t - t v • t -: w - : 

trotf n^ nrra ♦ crrSy D^»n uk# D^xton byi 

• T T " • T V " " ; • T - TV ■ T -; *- ; 

(nnyi) ma • Drvby D'rn «k0 owsn byi 

• • -;- - r v •• -: • T - TV • t -; *- : 

p JV3 nuva yna • crvSy D*n»n ux$ D^ton byi 

I • w — i - v .. •=; • t -; tv • t -; ^- ; 

*m ■ rro rrcg} by • pjgi • arjj ■ nsnb> • rfrpp 
pgg> pa • rim tap aa ww pa • nfew *6 nwa 
• nh D*fa DJw-rM vb whiti-m • nb>y Dip aa 

T ; T .. ... .... T . . v ... .. -; T 

-: I : • : |vii : - -; - : t : v 

ill? ' Q^n tftai m ^b • ub D^Sa diw-hni 

t t ^-. • - ; .. I v t : t • : t ■• v v : 

-iy vnfa ub rib^m • wrhtt *b mriD-n ♦ ibttoti 

t . t : • - : v; t - t : • - - v: v v 

nm »| • nx-n mwn nsrfarrw mbyS • nSiy 

T - T ..... T _. - T * 

: (nm n^x) h^id) Sni^ ^ «S px ^jrj^i^ 



108 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY 0? ATONEMENT. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by false 
swearing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by causeless enmity. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
embezzlement. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by extacy. 

nb^ bin Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission, 

ff*Hian bn Also for the sins, for which we were obliged to. 
bring a burnt-offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a sin- 
offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring an 
offering, according to our ability. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a. 
trespass-offering, for either a certain or doubtful sin. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer the 
stripes of contumacy. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer 
flagellation. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
death, by the hand of God. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
extirpation, and being childless. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty 
of the four kinds of death formerly inflicted by our tribunal' 
of justice, viz : — 

nb^pD Stoning, burning, beheading, and strangling; for 
transgressing affirmative precepts, or negative precepts ; 
whether an action be appropriated thereto, or not, as well as 
those which are known unto us, as those which are unknown 
to us. As for those which are known unto us, we have already 
made confession of them before thee, Lord, our God ! and 
the God of our fathers. And those which are unknown unto 
us, are known and evident before thee, as it is said, the secret 
things belong unto thee, Eternal, our God ! but the revealed 
things belong unto us, and our posterity for ever, to perform 
all the words of this law ; for thou art the pardoner of Israel, 
and who granteth remission of sins unto the tribes of Jeshurun, 
in all ages ; and besides thee, there is none to whom we 
appeal for pardon and forgiveness, 



: ilea dvS nnne> rtan ep 

♦iirjxiat? ve»55) ; • 'in? *WJ 'JT^P nW ny_ *r6» 

wantf nai • my Ktonx t&p • wag ^jvh '&$ * w 

T! *?y. »6 ^ ' l^R WE ( pT9"' J) p ira ? T#V 
tn*jn D'Snj nniB? 

^j»f?1 nyft ns'W v^ jrp 'jitf 1 ? ni^j \^k 
•vffina raS nna tnwi % new *#$:n • Bran ^W 

Ifv t :*• - : ?; • ■ ttv •;-. .- 

jit© • njfj ^y T D^^inn hh) • h?m ^T!& TP^Wi 
: t&t hdki Swb>* b Sjn u*Sp di 1 ^ nfew 

I't :': " t; • t *■; |*«*t t v -;- 

n*5 nan* wwdk vfon wrfat w v^b nn w 
^15^ d$ : ipTirqi upfrfl pi wpv? Ti&S e^pa* 

t npyiarjp ffj^yi D^iy ^a R^fto) stjvt* 






109 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

'•mS'D Kbtr? 7B *nb« my God I before I was formed, I 
was unworthy; and now that I have been formed, am as 
though I had not been formed ; dust I am in my life time, 
how much more at my decease ! Behold, I stand before thee* 
as a vessel full of shame and confusion. may it be acceptable 
in thy presence, Eternal, my God ! and the God of my 
fathers, to assist me, that I sin no more ; and the sins which I 
have already committed against thee, blot out through thy 
mercy, but not by chastisement, and malignant sickness. 



T123 Tibs my God, be pleased to guard my tongue from 
«vil, and my lips from uttering deceit. And be thou silent, 
my soul, to those who curse me ; and grant that my soul may 
be humble as the dust to every one. Open my heart to receive 
thy law, and my soul to pursue thy commandments. Speedily I 
beseech thee, frustrate the devices, and destroy the machinations 
of all those who imagine evil against me. grant it for thy 
name ; grant it for thy right hand ; grant it for thy holiness ; 
grant it for thy law, that thy beloved may be delivered. 
save me with thy right hand, and answer me. May the 
words of my mouth, and the meditations of my heart, be 
acceptable in thy presence, Lord ! who art my Kock and 
Kedeemer. May he who maketh peace in his high heavens, 
grant peace unto us, and all Israel ; and say ye, Amen. 



]12i TT> Let it be acceptable before thee, Lord, our God! 
and the God of our Fathers, that the holy temple may speedily 
be rebuilt in our days ; and let our portion be in thy law. And 
there we will serve thee in reverence, as in ancient days, and 
in former years. And may the offering of Judah and 
Jerusalem be pleasant unto the Lord, as in ancient days and 
in former years. 



: dm dvS nnntf rtan . 4 *p 
: Sips lose n^p 1 ? nSsn 

(The Ark is opened.) 

Vg iourn -man Wun ^n afqp *cfoq piw n^g 

Jtok TW? 131?) fen njpj ♦d^id onco ^e« ♦pW 

: tfftp nSiDi 77B? D^rn 

This is Chaunted by the Reader till rootf. 

ipa ^ Hdi^b? * VTO pn t^? spans 
^ski* nirw ny* • ^#n iran j&ao nja : ^^53 
%pk ^v? ^] * sjfc EPfr flS? ^n : Knja 
t rnpri spifrppi Tl? tl^P * 3TR 1*0? p^v pjn : i^? 
mj i st?$& "5ITR. p3 ?3K?! * r^fc *ite? OMfc itnig 
n*$& : nljjp •spg ^1^7 K*»$fc ♦ nS^n *>| [|n£ 
Vjp tjd : ng^rn nyj *s JTQ-n • njftrn tj?# t^ 
♦pap pn ^9 : ni^n rta^ ^nv5 pro * "iew ^| 
]V2nb >%m l W?ip : ^1*0 *T*&$ ^pap Ttt * ^39 
pSaa pefyqi Tipp : bgbg th\ nag nar\ • Wiri 
J0«yj prai : nn^S np^ vfeflft "ffl* • ni$ji 



(The Ark is closed.) 

"ikx typyih 13 • nan -ns^? wj? mas* *» 
vasfe napf • nann 1 ? ajnjj awns pn| • nana 



110 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

THE HEADER'S REPETITION.' 

V nriH -p-n Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! and the 
God of our ancestors, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, 
and the God of Jacob ; the great, mighty and tremendous, 
God ! the most High God, who bestowest gracious favours. 
Possessor of all things, who rememberest the piety of the 
patriarchs, and wilt in love send a Redeemer to their posterity, 
for the sake of his name. 

D s E3n YiDft According to the institution of the wise and 
intelligent, and their instructive knowledge, will I open my 
mouth with prayer and supplications, to implore and intreat 
the presence of the King, who is replete with mercy ; and 
who pardoneth and forgiveth our iniquities. 

T^N Whilst I bend the knee, and arrange suppplications, 
in the mission of thy people unto thee, terror overtakes me : 

thou who hast drawn me forth from the womb, enlighten 
my darkness, grant me a pure delivery, and guide me in 
thy truth. Teach me to pour forth sweet speech, take me 
into thy protection, and suffer me to draw nigh unto thee. 
Prayer comes from the intention of the heart, with which 

1 supplicate thee ; accept of me, with thy benignity. 
thou all-seeing and most exalted, instruct me in the knowledge 
of arranging prayer, that I may supplicate thee justly; 
and not insipidly, to procure pardon and relief for those who 
sent me. purify and perfect the opening of my lips, 
rectify and accept the free-will offering of my mouth. May 
the form of my words be accounted as an offering and a 
present; and the beginning of my prayer as the drink- 
offering. Prepare my feet, and save me from stumbling. 
Creator, support my steps, that I be not cast out of the 
right path, support and strengthen me, that I may not 
be weakened or debilitated ; accept my words, and suffer 
me not to stumble. Preserve me as the apple of the eye 
from dread and terror ; regard my«low estate, and come to save 
me. be gracious to my debilitated congregation, as thou 
didst promise to thy prophets, and have mercy on the branch 
[Israel], which thou didst strengthen for thyself. 

n^ttN Thou hast established the tenth day to pardon the 
undefiled nation, thereon to purify her impure spots, remove 
her ill favour, and make an end of her iniquity ; so that her 
^udgment way be brought forth to light, and be sealed to life. 
She is terrified at the sound of the alarm, and hath taken 



wvsi til cww • dw» ma n Wi rpab : ittTfta 

J- t : t t • : • " -: ■* s T "•' • t t • -; - 

Mnfeq eNa| fW£ ♦ W8#ifi $fa li^V *h$ f D'H* 
TjSvn^i obit? wym • dw ^ i»^ji pa • d*sj; 
nvn blitf • ntHf fi^£ nn?5 D^ap • D'Din 
nnn <$& '• 1388 n« rfmS nj? 5 D"pn t&jpfep 
Sy_ Brfri ■ isy.nn ^3 f^rp iae^p : 135:13 &s# 
mtfp csnt? • nowja 0331? &H! ^ : 1315? y#9 

: into 1 ? 4B38 ENtpn 

wpnxim : ix^n nitoS win • nan bftsgfc anno*? 
: ^xzryrb (jaw ^yjp? • TN$A #g>ris 

13D3 anroi # e^na ran iSa • a^.n^ tf-oi 

...... ,- : T : •-- I •• T )V,V ,-; T 

♦ ISM gym \ny ^ : Q*n Dn^f ^j© 1 ? * b\*PD 

♦ jptfin 1 ? m r\m n^ijb n>n& • tfrc dSij^ toa nm 

^.. 1 - T _ . •• "-; T-; T^; • T- 

WJIfcK pjppl •D^tlDfef YJ-lfift •D^H KSH) ♦D'Wtt 

: ngitf 1 rrEMbi swift n^o 
*313£ crn 1 ? iip# • iftp&i sj&e^ wp) nj»0 

: ^1133 ^3 taj^j* BW(J ' ^13 *TOJ 2HN wflpj * ■pjj 

cfeg ^j^p dp\h9 • d^ik tiaa nasiD iryip niaqy 



Ill MORNING SERVICB FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

words to repent her evil thoughts, saying, This is my God, she 

bows to him with a pure heart, exclaiming, The living, the 

living, shall shout and praise thee. Her young and old 

faint, because of affliction. behold, how they all stand 

bare-footed, and robed in white, to glorify thee with holiness, 

as the flying seraphim ; they depend on thee, who wast the 

shield of their principal ancestors ; they confide in their merit, 

take refuge in thy shadow, and rely on the covenant of the 

three patriarchs. strengthen them to silence their adversary. 

Respect the righteousness of him [Abraham] who came from 

the other side of the river, when thou didst cause thy sheep 

[Israel] to pass under the rod ; grant them thy mercy 

without anger, thou who art merciful, and passest by 

transgressions. Cleanse them from their presumptuous sins ; 

hearken to their supplication, and delay not. Reader. 

Enlighten the countenance of those who are supported by thy 

right hand, and purify and pardon their sins and errors. 

D'nn^ Cong. enlighten our judgment as at noon-day r 
and save the remnant of those who hope in thee for good. 

lapis Reader. search for and purify our righteousness, 
that we may be shielded in thy shield, and be glorified. 

D >s nb iriDT Remember us unto life, God, the King, who 
delightest in life write us in the book of life, for thy 
sake, God of life ! King, thou art our Supporter, our 
Saviour, and our Shield. Blessed art thou, Lord! the 
Shield of Abraham. 

*rna nns Thou, Lord ! art mighty for ever ; it is thou 
who revivest the dead, and art mighty to save, who sustainest 
the living with beneficence, and with great mercy quickenest 
the dead, supportest the fallen, and healest the sick : thou 
settest at liberty those that are bound, and wilt accomplish 
thy faith unto those that sleep in the dust. Who is like unto 
thee, Lord of mighty acts ? or who can be compared unto 
thee, King, who killest, and restorest to life ; and causest 
salvation to spring forth? 

ff)&n In thy name, and in the rememberance of thee, is 
the desire of our soul ; hasten to have mercy on those who 
bless thy memorial ; may they be considered by thee with 
the love of a father to his young and tender child ; for they 
are called and noted thy first-born. Thou didst bring out 
thy holy hosts from the furnace of the Egyptians ; to redeem 
them from bondage the angels went. deliver those 



t "^t : • : I v v • • -: • - : • 

Dtfig . d-mo mm tomn nnab • DniK# mSia 

t • • t : •• • : - t ; vv 

--t t t •• •• | t • -: -t J : t : • - t; 

nsn • aW? mia* rah dm : nnw w&h li^hi 

•t • |- -: - v:v • : - - : • | v t : • : 

p>rb tf$% • 5]W : j**?& p$ n^rr • *|VnSa pin spWJTJ 
ywn oinra • ps qyjj ^fyr : *$s : tfex nyjaa 

yap pj$ • 1*313 ^g T?-^^ P# ]m : P^ ^P&l 

: pan bt6j 

♦ nm0 paiya DtD^s • nrrSD nfean nan #m **»? f 

t J v ~ •• •• : - t • : •• - ; t -:- 

^dk baa wap • rrrnw vi; uaaiprta rf 
: rvnnS initDnS nratf rta • •& n^nn inia dv ny ■ 

t • : • : - : t : • v - : Wm 

x y^J?3 to! nS pM Njyi # H3P na 0ti& ** 
^S *fa : &y Txra na • Bten Tpnn &k crrta 

I : t •• t -tv - •• t ^- : • ' 1 

♦ npD? tjm^i : pjn Si aai#£ • tik ias ^in 
^ nnxn wro • htv pin • rmriM ^ ^S nv&n 

t v : : • • : I t - t : • t | : : 

*£ pg) • ip rmyt nrv otk Sjri *fii b$\ j aytfj 
■Ki&nS • nr iyn* a&i • "vr bs pa* nxi : r^' 
: iKita pa#rj ♦ na rvyio # ng? rfann : nsvb 
vjo •« • v\vs$ m®$ • my? n&otfi ' two **©? 

I |' » " -; - V T TT i^»; T •• : 



US M0BNIN0 8BRVICB FOR THB DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

who have been borne by thee from the womb [Israel] 
from tumult; support them; do not mete unto them as 
they have meted. Thy covenant was given to them for a 
statute to their flesh ; which they received from the rock 
whence they were hewn [Abraham], have respect to 
£hfi covenant, wash away their filth, wash them thoroughly, 
and cause their brightness to shine forth. May the binding 
of the only child [Isaac], be visible in thy presence ; for 
the sacrificer [Abraham], and the sacrifice [Isaac], were 
both in dread for the performance of thy word. deliver 
us, his offspring, from dread and fear, and suffer the sacrifice 
and the ashes to be united in thy presence. And though 
we have been perverse, yet, remember thy mercy, and 
exchange not thine attribute of mercy. May our pursuit of 
justice be an advocate to plead for us ; to strengthen those 
who are shielded by thee with the erection of thy temple. 
Accept the meditations of the children of thy beloved, have 
respect to their ancestors, and cleanse them from sin ; notice 
not the iniquity of those who supplicate thee, but hear and 
accept their cry, and humble prayer. 

t&53 cause those who afflict their soul to hear the glad 
tidings of pardon ; deliver them from the deep pit. 

■ttEEipnn Reader. Cut off those who rise up against us; 
revive us with thy dew, that we may declare thy truth. 

IV Head, and Cony. Until the day of man's death, dost 
thou wait for him to repent, that he may incline to the right 
way, to enjoy immortal life. 

snas How can a mortal be pure, when even the heavenly 
host are not pure in thy sight ? If the fire is kindled in those 
trees, which are green, how much easier will it consume those 
that are dry and withered ? Darkness is revealed before thee as 
light, for thine eye pervadeth all things. Thy habitation is in 
secret, yet all things are laid open before thee. Thou art sole Judge, 
art one in mind, and who can turn thee from thy purpose ? On a 
whole nation, as wellason an individual, dost thou extend the line 
ofjudgment,andwhocan opposethee? This every creatureought 
to consider ; his evil imagination will then not be able to lead 
him astray, to sin against his Creator. Me should remember 
that he was bound in the womb, will be buried in the grave 
and must give an account before his Creator ; that the seed 
of pollution is in his flesh, during his life he is susceptible 
of being defiled, and after death he becomes an infectious | 

VOL. II. 15 



: DKJ nxh nnn» nSsn vp 

ddv • nse^ *& rhh : Tan vwun* ron^a * n^u 
H • *n d-jk jjiKp? na • najaa DfTV tr • nuj *6 
lyw W bk m0x ■ njnn SayS tSij : *n *m ibw 

w •» •; • t;- ^t • • T^r; T - V • 

tj? : rfa# na 1 ? 1 ! • rriDia itfan Sr ibid : ns# n^j 
nip*!* Skis : njri atag nai > lSjja Sy_ itjk? ianin 

• s r\\ dk nwn? nsrc : iaSiy n*aS i*^ • n$ dk 

• \n; dk nanaru b^3 c|Wj5 : in^D? jsrfjip ijsj? 
na«fe>a aw • idim riinia item im : va* tmin 

▼ : t t; ;• ; v ; : tt •-? 

DWJtt W&#D • rtjj£ DK 11D U$ S» tfnw *n • J-Q1& 

: nb^in nrS ova rthw dv is nnn : inp 1 neta 

T T " T • - |W - - t|t • V -: 

: 3$r£ iniDjnS • naitfrk k njiwi inia dv nj? 

1%$ • During D^n 1 ? flips* nju • bvxpri ax ^paa ^ 

: D*nsn n»na ♦ " nm wra » D*na nvnnS tow 

.... v - : t; t - I t • ** -: - : t - 

wab> hw nann : nwtfa nj dv nnnxsr? 

; - *t: t: tt- v t;-t 

133 vvntf ♦ miefcna ^sd nvna D??#a * n^itrS 

t • t I t >. : • •• t : t - : 

pwsa }n • nx'pna tfm ^ua d^u : nj#* 555^ 
aisrn ehtp • nxS™ isBh nn man • nxSn SnnS 

-: It t t v: v v v : : t t : •• - : 

vnw ' o^nfc atf* anna Danin : nxSyn ^nnr 

t • t •• v v •• - : t t -; - •• : • 

^>*5 * D^nj?J nsiy? pn v*b\ ♦ D^n? nnpn ^053 
DTna? : * dd^3 n$n&r ^as? n?T : fr^nft ■sjatft D*y;ga 
nap DD^^n 1 ? ^3 p|jxa Dj^n : DDife^p pwirt3 "^ 
TO3 123 * k^d n^ioi |iy r rnib : DDiBn \n^ D^h 
y?3 "nh^ja • hd^id^ n w M n*fe> av • nDDnn nina 

D^Tty) r©^>3 ' 11DT X3K D^nx nS^3 : npMD JJNS 



113 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

uncleanness. The days of liis life are emptiness, his nights 
are void, and all his business is vanity. He is like one that 
awakens out of a dream ; terror affrights him continually. At 
night Jie cannot sleep, in the day he cannot rest, .until he sleeps 
in the grave. Wherefore should a living man complain ? It is 
enough that he lives. Born to labour and toil, happy is he, if his 
labour is in the study of the law of truth. His end will determine 
it ; wherefore should he then dissemble 1 His own signature will 
hereafter testify against him, wherefore should he then practise 
deception againsttyiim who cannot beimposedupon ? If he performs 
righteous acts, they will accompany him to a future state. Ifhe 
studies wisdom, it will abide with him in old age. Ifhe angers the 
Supreme, by [being guilty of deceit and murder, his days will be 
cut off. But if he delights, in virtue, and is willing to receive 
reproof, he shall bring forth fruitinagoodoldage. Ifheacquires 
himself a good name, it will be better for him than titles obtained 
otherwise. Hence the day of death is better than one's birth. 

IV Until the day of man's death dost thou wait for him to repent, 
that he may incline to the right way, to enjoy immortal life. 

"pars **tt Who is like unto thee, merciful Father : who 
in mercy rememberest thy creatures to life ? Thou art also 
faithful to revive the dead. Blessed art thou, Lord, 
who revivest the dead. 

nirw Thou hast chosen this one day in the year, and 
appointed it as a balm and cure fop [Israel], likened to the 
rose ; when thy temple existed aforetime in Jerusalem, its 
service made atonement for thy people. But, now that they 
are driven from thy dwelling, and scattered far distant, they 
pour out their prayer, to bind up their bruised, broken, 
and scattered spirit. thou most Holy, estimate it as the 
sacrifice of the burnt-offering. For the sake of him (Jacob) 
who* was perfect from the womb, and dwelt in the tents, 
and whose image is engraven under thy glorious throne, be 
gracious to his offspring, who are solemnly assembled to 
proclaim thy glory, and to praise thy name. Thou hast 
joined a part of thy name to their's ; they are allied to thee; 
keep them as a seal on thy heart ; keep them from wrath, 
that they be not destroyed, and let them be noted in the 
book of life. cast the enormous weight of their iniquity 
into the deep, blot it out, and consume it : may the prayer 
of those who are afflicted and trodden under foot, be more 
pleasant than the savoury burnt-offerings of thy temple. 



: tibd wh nnne> n^sn Tp 

: TD? yp$ 
: m Sx ^h^i niWip :«rr vrifi nntf 

(The Ark is opened.) 

D^y « n 
now nsx 3 

t v: t -; 

■ran pn v 

..... T 

pro Snp 

^ "?jnbi vkj w psi J#f *«q nSo *bkS*p 

: VMp r • N3 

(The Ark is closed.) 

vpnvj •lap 1 ? ypjfe^i D^v PS ' n ?5 DVr J x^^M" 1 

: Bhnp • -$?? D^ID D^Pt^ 



ns& ft? ? 

naop VNste'jb 
ibt nn p 

no$3 vqfypk an p 
D*png> pi 



114 MORNING 8BRVICB FOR THB DAY OF ATONflMBNT. 

We beseech thee to remember the love of our espousals, and 
no more remember the shame of our youth ; but assuredly 
remember thy precious son, for the sake of him (Moses) who 
supplicated thee, and said, Remember thy servants. 

*pbl!3> The Lord reigneth for ever ; thy God, Zion I unto 
all generations. Hallelujah ! 



nrw) Thou, Most Holy ! who abidest among the praises of 
Israel ; we supplicate thee, Omnipotent ! 

rtrto* Reader. Thou art our God. — Cong. In heaven and 
earth. — Reader. Mighty and powerful. — Cong. His standard 
is supported by many thousands. — Reader. He spoke, and 
it was. — Cong. He commanded, and all was created. — Read. 
His memorial is eternal. — Cong. He liveth eternally.— 
Read. He is pure of sight. — Cong. He dwelleth in secret.— 
Reader. His crown is salvation. — Cong. His garment is 
righteousness. — Reader. His robe is jealousy. — Cong. He 
is girded with just vengeance. — Reader. In his privacy is 
rectitude. — Cong. His counsel is faithfulness. — Read. His. 
work is in truth. — Cong. He is righteous and just. — Read. 
He is near to those who call on him in truth. — Cong, and 
Read. He is high and exalted : he dwelleth above the skies ; 
he hangeth the earth on a vacuum. 

D>pt **n Cong, and Read. The living and Eternal is most 
tremendous, most exalted, and most holy. 

nbo N3H Cong, and Read. We beseech thee now to for- 
give our transgression, and to pardon our iniquity, that thy 
power may now be magnified, thou most holy. 

aim W3M Read, and Cong. We beseech thee, most 
Merciful, to pardon the iniquity of those who stand to declare 
thy praise, that they may be inscribed in the book lor a 
happy life, thou most holy. 



•pi? i yTJpfr ^? • ^k*vta ^P D^tpn nniD 
nrv$ t|Bto tip : ^n wSk *|&pn8 : ^x 

^0? ^BT3fj pisfr # ^£?b yPJ^H *rp '£> 

^iprh whr\\Q **> «* i ixt? tytf® \) hm : mass 

dw*i3 • ^iyh wm um : ^Sn? : Tp^?£ rtae^ thS 
"tjn.3 VCQsfr) TpR, s TJ ^ ^ : TP?k D * '3 

ova ■AAn &rn • #ff sfjijb r-njn? pi mrn & 
njD n« n; : 5 mpni pan ♦ w? nnan sjn; rnapb 
njj ^ nrjjj • ^ib>$ rnp ^? Djnp k?*w 

DJM3 YJtrt *$f? : f g>S8 % r: $1? I ^PP^? 

: r®x* ^w^fi to? • ttSW njrj t# ♦eta*? • rw t 

ayft nyfe>3 pawj ♦ vnrrafia \rjrt& ^m tifyfifa 

I 1 : ■ t : t t t •• : • ^- • ; t • : 

o^iy rv33 ^P3 i«bu ''Vrts^ E&vap om 
b^i ^30? ^Dj33 hit : n^iy fea iwp© ^wfee 

: D^fBO ^ 5 ^10 : C3^| T3V| Tiy ^2&! 

5 Nfy inn aitfn D*n& • risrjpi i&$ ^*b ^30 

I ytr ^ wp? ^rn nSD w * : ^b& t'?** ift ^ 



115 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

rm» Thou shewest sinners the path in which they should 
walk, and teachest me the way I am to tread ; 7, therefore, 
will extol thee, my God, King ! Morning and evening 
will 1 homage thy unity: thou who inhabitest eternity, 
and art incomparable, daily will I bless thee. My heart 
hasteneth continually to thy service; to reverence thy 
holiness will I stand in my station ; the Eternal is great and 
exalted in praise. We beseech thee now to forgive, &c. The 
offspring of thy votaries, hope for thy mercy ; fulfil their desire, 
that they who trust in thee, may rejoice ; one generation shall 
praise thy works to another. With prayer and fasting they 
approach to serve thee, for they were created to glorify thee. 1 
will speak of the glorious honour of thy majesty. With 
reverence they praise thy glorious majesty ; no strange deity, 
but only thee do they worship ; and they speak of the might 
of thy tremendous acts. We beseech thee who art merciful, &c. 
They offer four forms of prayer before thee, this day, besides 
the seven praises offered to thee on the other days, of the 
year ; the memorial of thine abundant goodness, they 
perpetually utter. In the morning will I arrange my supplications 
to thee and towards evening mayest thou blot out my 
presumptuous sins ; most gracious and merciful is the Eternal ! 
The Omnipotent Creator and Pardoner will suppress our 
iniquities : then shall all say, The Lord is good to all* 
We beseech thee now to forgive, &c. raise up thy desirable 
and delightful city, when thou shalt set up the sanctified 
crowned trophies : then shall all thy works praise thee, 
Lord ! thy Levites and pious servants shall then chaunt 
hymns, and the priests clothed in ministering garments shall 
burn incense, and cause a smoke to ascend, and speak of 
the glory of thy kingdom. They shall be planted in thy 
habitation, and bloom in thy courts; and in their old age 
shall they bring forth flourishing fruit in his palaces, to 
make known his mighty acts to the sons of men. We beseech, 
thee who art merciful,- &c. The pious and faithful shall 
sing thine eternity, when thou shalt exalt thy throne in 
thine everlasting house : for thy kingdom is an everlasting 
kingdom. When thou shalt assemble the redeemed together 
to thy habitation, they shall clothe thee with might, a3 
those who passed through the waves ; the Lord upholdeth 
all who fall. May the supplication of those who assemble 
together to declare thy goodness, be accounted as the 



: ms3 nv^ nnntr nSsn rap 

VDma rfa> : tv nx nms : wry bhk ani tf?en 

t -: - ; V T I V t ...... I ... r-.. v ... , - ... 

hn * p*re i wroo cyS 7\rt r\fao • vnno f^ 

t : t: • - t t ^- : v : - : t - -: •• | ■ t 

: vx-pn % *nip prr jin • vxnipp *ia& ye* pri : vpr? 

• nbny x^$ 'Sk n? w* »» : vxnp S:/? * amp 
*np : n£e rtf? p*! ' n ?^ u^kpia^i p;. ^npy ; ? 
: van*q heo* *ys#e errp - van* f^6 ^ {W 
•Sflp • ^v SS?m? *yp$ S?p : vrirjfc b| n# jj n&ie> 

-: tt • •■-:t: -•: • * : - : I • -: - 

i ehnj5 • *o Sir ^nbi ' *o Kfc \ty y#§ ■ kj 

(The Ark is closed.) 

: trnp 
wiii ■ njiw; &ni2 vast? ■ ny^ p&Q ^ W* * 

d^sjk f A? • ^ktj Bhgg rnnx • ^j njy a tik 

♦ y?o; *a rjyno| i So : n$ix y%x ahjp • n$ 
: rnym nM) ehfe ■ ftjs^a ^gino pn ♦ ^ *$ if^jjj 
vmm # dw hd3 rflh * d*& niSipD ifttcsi n« 

T . ; • - t t- •- t;v-' 

^3 Sa^ri • i3D n^p rritfn ■ crayn&fc awp py_r 
1 vmbb p >r )V9 iinto ■ voin y-iv ab pw - iy,zh 
pntf pia -fa : jvrin ny ^ ■ jv^y. njip-i stfv 



116 MORNING 8BRVICB FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

offering of fatlings : the eyes of all wait upon thee. We beseech 
thee now to forgive &c. may their confession be accounted 
in thy presence as the sweet savour of an offering, and 
the supplication of those who testify thy unity as the 
payment of bulls : thou openest liberally thy hand : he in his 
mercy will look down from his heavenly abode, and multiply 
his pardon to his blessed people ; the Lord is righteous in 
all his ways. He will have respect to the supplication of 
the nation who call on him ; and be exceeding gracious to 
those who celebrate his festivals ; the Lord is near to all 
who call upon him. We beseech thee who art merciful, &c. 
This is my God, who worketh wonders ; he will accept our 
cry, and subdue our calumniators ; he will fulfil the desire, 
of those who revere him. May he grant a good hope to 
those who cast their burthen upon him ; the Holy ; he 
covers our transgressions with his love ; for the Lord 
preserveth all who love him. Accept the humble prayer that I 
now pour out as thou didst in thy beautiful temple. 
hearken to my voice, and cast my shame into the deep ; my 
mouth shall utter the praise of the Lord. We beseech thee 
now to forgive our transgression, and to pardon our iniquity, 
that thy power may now be magnified, thou most Holy ! 

"fbD Read, and Cong. King ! who inhabitest eternity, 
thou alone reignest for ever and ever, Omnipotent ! and Holy ! 

"jba Read, and Cong. OKing! who hearkenest to prayer, 
hasten salvation for thy people ; thou tremendous and holy ! 

ITS The glory of my God's majesty shall be the tenor of 
my words ; with my mouth will I sing sweet songs, with my 
lips, continually speak of his praise. O King ! &c. Who 
can declare his mighty acts? or, who can conceive his 
greatness ? The heavens tremble at his rebuke, his path is storm 
and whirl-wind. Who hearkenest, &c. He is mightier than 
the voice of the assembled waters : his glory covereth the 
heavens, mighty angels, D^D*")fi7 encircle him, who are terrified, 
and tremble in dread of him. King ! &c. The most 
pure in the empyrean is attentive to those who afflict them- 
selves. The combination of clouds round his pavilion, 
prevent even the angel bfcl&n from seeing him. Who heark- 
enest, Ac. He who is the source of goodness knoweth those 
who trust in him : he will justify those who have been borre 
by him (Israel). In that secret place there dwelleth tie 
Most High ! invisible is his glory and power. King I &c, 



: usa dvS mnc? nSsn vp 

roio +» : iTiy r jig afena • fcrjjjl twj ni*a • rra 

• inn? hy_ *p r • ttEf$| nam 1 ? &b • nirw ninty 
^53 rnis • vthji m*ox npis> p» : iatij> dj/? nyiy 
: DHtb D^wnn km • tivvm n^vht ipTJS • wjr 
kbw on • m^na rto vbb • mSnn n#v tfnp i^ 

* nv 1 ?? on? pi# h>» : tf$jfr) hpw fifth • n$n 
^api e^n i dSij; nistij ■spin # rttt-lrt© ^n? ta^tf 

(Van ny pw -f») ♦ ^3 

: rh nSo mma nnai pn 

t - : - : t - : I- : 

^K ^ • fr$fc ^jpj nirqn • b«$j dn-jSk sax 
j nyatf • *n$nii ryyp pm y ny.3 »ft ; o*?n mp£ 
J *WP#b V*wfe ^jtk tbvp Sn • Tin nn^prr pnx 

n rijrpfs nans • R^ng S3 ^5 ♦ jj^tt ^| 

• Y? T 1*& nl WV * ^3j£> Trr owsxn *» : y&rh 

jonix ny# ajjsi win : wipa Sx rmx • nnjjn 

S ^ * n jHtf '& n |Ti "WBPI *89# "spR • Rifrw^ 

♦ anno WMD • tiT&i 5it«2i uxran «* 1 nprwn 
rueto nm& n«« : lyw iimi namn upok • wool 

^J&n^ nntn ; H S^gfi ni«% ' W DH3D «jte * *WTl 



117 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

He established the heavens with understanding ; all His 
work is done in truth. He is clothed with power and .great- 
ness; to him alone praise is comely. Who hearkenest, &c. 
His omnipotence ruleth the world ; he pardoneth the 
transgressions of Israel. He who is omniscient and almighty, 
beareth with the iniquity of his flock. King ! &c. He 
is attentive to the pleasant prayer ; extol ye him, therefore, 
who causeth the uppermost sphere to move. He hasteneth 
on a cherub, and answereth his people who are near to Mm. 
Who hearkenest, &c. He reproves his heavenly host, and 
redeemeth the soul of his servant. The celestial host 
declare his righteousness ; the terrestrial host thank him. 
King ! &c. The Holy who abidest among the praises of Israeli 
and pardonest them, He is high ; he is the most High; 
most lofty, and exalted being; yet hath he regard to the 
humble and lowly. Who hearkenest, &c. He dwelleth above 
the highest heavens, and hath dominion in the deep abyss ; 
he supports the foundations of the world; he is Almighty, 
inconceivable ! King, who inhabitest eternity, &c. 

pit Thou who art most merciful, pardon us. 

«2« We beseech thee, thou God of life, to inscribe 
those who adhere to thee, to life; for with thee is the fountam 
of life. And thou, &c. answer my supplication in an 
acceptable time; hear, righteous Lord, and hearken To 
my prayer, ; hide not thine ears at my breathing^ and at my 
cry. Thou, &c. Accept the cry of those who call on theej 
at the morning prayer ; and cause their red sins to become 
white as wool. Lord, be attentive, grant our request, 
and delay not. Thou, &c. I am miserable, help me; 
for thou wilt not condemn those who hope in thee, thou 
who speakest in righteousness, and art mighty to save. Thou* 
&c. The flocks of thy sheep throng to serve thee; Lord, 1 
shew us thy mercy. Thou, &c. They also multiply prayer 
and supplication ; be entreated by our prayer, thou 
invisible God. Thou, &c. Accept, our prayer to justify us ; 
and may the arrangement, of our orisons be as acceptable to 
thee, as the ascending smoke of the finest, beaten incense ; 
for unto thee, Lord, appertained righteousness. Thou, 
&c. Cleanse and purify us with hyssop ; support us, for thou 
art our shield and hope ; we are the clay, and thou art our 
Former. Thou, &c. thou most pure, be attentive to my 
supplications ; cleanse me from the spot of mine iniquities : 



•n6 ^ ' pst k^P ^fe ■ py, n§3P oirng i* ■ ,™ 

: u 1 ? n*?p mm_3 nm\ ■ pj? niaip 
{s^K • roam D^nn • nunjfij new npa* ovn 

• to *spp!3 # *o naps ■ *o r n wy ? ■ **? nv ■ ^p 

: pJpn yi \» • «yjn vp$ri n$9 • KJ ^n • ao ^p 

• nnferi nV$P3 # iw nes3 pa 1 ?* • ira navx ■*?? 
Tap ny? • nj23' : fr# jks • ipm mrotD3 
n^p nai3 ♦ up tyBfbg • "raiyi Dgha • npoci 
n^>sp3 • nrrj ujrq ^ ♦ nnap h$ titi »* : tjv 
t&p ny.3 • ip?h e^n?: jnjwpn \ipiD ^n • nflBri 
nVsp nxT3 • tk wpnsp • top nS n^ • ipian 
H>ep3 • nnpfl p? ™?3 * Tnn? ^ro «* : njv 

♦ npian top ny.3 ' ipnpk n# *J3 • npr ijj^SJ • nngri 
: n$v rfcap pnis • n*y; : D^n 1 ? m^p • tsui Tna 
nkapa # nna one VKft • nn#a anna tt : dw 
nj3 • ij?y s ray rnifc 1 ? • npijn fi^tgi #312 ■ thbtt 
oioips *o • "«npi : napj* ^pa • Tp13p tw 

• vis? rnotfi rryiyp ** : n$v nVsp pkt3 • "«3P 

* "^SP *ij?y v naif? • ineri rfears # yjyj) ana nv9 
ehp^pan nnv vn : njgiarj Taij ny.3 • "$% W33 D^n# 

aw : tkv W?sp nxi3 • -iyipi cnmS pga • ijfsr? 



113 MORNING SERVICE FOR THB DAY OF ATONBMBNT. 

for thou, Lord ! art the purifier of Israel. Thou, &c. May 
thine inwards yearn for us ; hasten and prepare thy mercy for 
us, for thou, Lord ! art our father. Thou Ac. Thou 
who art most merciful, pardon our iniquity, and bear with 
all our iniquities, and remember not our iniquities for ever ; 
thou who art most merciful, pardon us. 

D'Pn This day, it is written in the book of Chronicles, 
who is doomed to life and death ; vineyard, (Israel), awake 
rouse yourselves, stand firm, rise up, and supplicate him 
who dwelleth in heaven, for the preservation of the soul. 

n£T»N Cause the sins of the nation thou hast chosen, to 
become as white as wool, at the time of the morning prayer. 
May he who searchfeth the inward parts, seek after the sheep 
of his flock, at the time of the morning continual offering. 
May he who sendeth, and withholdeth rain, shorten our 
captivity, at this morning prayer. This day, &c. Delay 
not to proclaim our freedom, for our throat is dried by the 
morning prayer. May he who vieweth all, confute and shew 
the falsity of our accuser, at the time of the morning 
continual offering. May he from whom no thought is hidden, 
preserve us in our trouble at this morning prayer. This day, 
<fec. May they who are encompassed with fear, sit down and 
rest securely, for the merit of the morning prayer ; honour 
thine assembly, that they may break down the walls of the 
children of Sheth, at the time of the morning continual 
offering. May he who is pure, and keepeth mercy, inscribe 
his peculiar people to life, at this morning prayer. This day, 
<fec. For the merit ofthz beloved, who was sought from the 
womb, may we be saved ere the morrow, by the morning 
prayer. May he who teareth the mountains up by the roots, 
seek his people for good, at the time of the morning continual 
offering. I beseech thee to erect and strengthen thy temple, 
altar, and court, for the sake of this morning prayer. This 
day, <fec. Deliver those who are tossed about, and bruised 
with fear, from strife and contention, for the sake of the 
morning prayer. May he root out the ten horns, and 
honour those who are planted in his house at the time of the 
morning continual offering. Grant us abundantly the first 
and latter rain, to benefit both the sower and the reaper, for 
the merit of this morning prayer. This day, &c. 



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^l !>jf? Dirn nnx ^ 
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^ya Sa 1 ? bjrri nm »> 
^ys ^ Dim nnx '3 
^9 f#? tanh nrix ^ 
^ya b^nn nri^ ^ 
Siya ^ mti njix ^ 



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Qd MORNING 8BRVICB FOR THB DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

pm Verily, thou art gracious, and merciful to %U 

creatures. , . . 

IS Verily, they approach thy presence with supplication; 
because thou art merciful to all creatures. 

Those who believe in thee, trust in thy mercy ; because 
thou art merciful to all creatures. 

They cry aloud, where thy divine presence resteth ; 
because thou art merciful to all creatures. 

They lift up their eyes to thy dwelling, thou who art 
gracious and merciful to all creatures. 

They read with devotion the subject of thy day ; because 
thou art merciful to all creatures. 

They assemble to praise thee with hymns ; because thou 
art merciful to all creatures. 

Thy united multitude cry unto thee; because thou art 
merciful to all creatures. 

They hope in thy strong salvation, .thou who art 
gracious and merciful to all creatures. 

They bathed themselves, to supplicate thee in purity ; 
because thou art merciful to all creatures. 

Thy children praise thy name ; because thou art merciful 
to all creatures. 

Pardon thy people who believe in thee ; because thou, &c. 

Though not for our sake, yet for thine own sake, thou 
who art gracious and merciful to all creatures. 

Break in pieces the enemies of those who are sheltered 
by thee ; because thou art merciful to all creatures. 

Exalt the offspring of the tried ones ; because thou, &c. 

Thou wilt abundantly pardon thine afflicted people; 
because thou art mercifnl to all creatures. 

Answer them from thy heavenly abode, thou who art 
gracious and merciful to all creatures. 

Deliver them from the roaring of the multitude of their 
enemies ; because thou art merciful to all creatures. 

Justify thine intelligent nation ; because thou art, &c. 

Raise up thine ancient people ; because thou art, &c. 

Erect thy ruinous temple ; because thou art merciful to 
all creatures. 

Have regard to the humble prayer of those who supplicate 
thee ; because thou art merciful to all creatures. 

Thou art their support, withhold thy wrath from them ; 
thou who art gracious and merciful to all creatures. 



: niaa dvS mw nSan ap 

(The Ark is opened.) 

pe • na hn$ d'sk ■spg *w ♦ ifcfob wp* t™ 

• na sp£ jryu ■ na pjKj an!? oar? • nan d*jti 
: na a-n mrw Wtj rwart raS 

-; - : T v i : • |" T 

npeto • vniWa tiribefe ruin ** • avfotS wjk v* 

|v: t-;- • - T - ¥ • •• jtt 

«ara «b* • PhuAafe nW nai • vnvSya nann 
: vni^y DftBQ frnpen naew pf? • vmS^y 

T . v|t : - v t : • | •• r t • -: 

• nfygft *w?a b^ n^ s^ : eh$*£ lias ;m 

• rb&m?\) nyrn • n^nrn : n-yinan f? • n&Wa iik n&iy 
: nS#a San irwaSai hnjuv pS 

t r i : - fry* pi 

tjm) p snip manna Sot Vnpi • D\nV? Jinaa tm 

• &>rp pTtrjg iS Bnwssjfr • ehpn 1371 ■ tnaa 
: rrjasj *i?a ^ nia^n iiaarv taS 

• DWi a$ pan inri Vip*? • owa djF£ ■ c:en bjf 
: d:ob» p^p ntjian n$|ij* pb 

rr • pxn nsi? fc^0 baj s,-, P • D'nbxS ra« jm 

: yytn m by aern hmjv p> 
vrntf2? • e'n 'ya^ wpa Tit W • £«&& mx p* 
DVgty nsb • wci jyrj^oi . ^ rw . p* ^nib 
: b>8 nba k x m n$uv p^> • ^ rgjj 



120 MORNING 8BRVICB FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT 

pal And thus extol God; how tremendous are thy 
wprks ! 

D^nbwb TO* Header, Extol God. Congregation. He is 
long-suffering, and of mighty power; he arrangeth the 
mountains with power ; he is wise in heart, and superior in 
power ; he giveth strength to the weary ; therefore shall he 
be exalted ; great is our Lord, and mighty in power. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He buildeth in the heavens his 
elevated habitation ; he watereth the hills from his elevated 
habitation ; he hath made a memorial of his wonders ; all 
his works are arranged before him ; therefore shall he be 
exalted who hath vaulted his elevated habitation with 
waters. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. He is high and exalted in the 
high heavens; he covereth himself with light, as with a 
garment ; to him appertained power and greatness, triumph 
and dominion ; therefore shall he be exalted, whose kingdom 
beareth rule over all. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. He is surrounded by myriad9 
of holy angels ; he is glorified in holiness ; his way is holiness ; 
they all worship him in holy attire; therefore shall he be 
exalted ; my God, my King ! whose ways are sanctity. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. His glory covereth the heavens ; 
he stretcheth the earth above the waters ; he stormeth from 
heaven, when he commandeth the heavens to pour down a 
multitude of waters ; therefore shall he be exalted, who 
extendeth the heavens as a thin veil. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. He comprehended the dust of 
the earth in a bucket ; his hand hath founded the earth, and 
his right hand hath spanned the immeasurable heavens, 
and established them without a breach ; therefore shall he be 
exalted who dwelleth above the circle of the earth. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. The resplendence of his throne 
is radiant fire ; his ministering angels are flames of fire; thei 
are more resplendent than fire, and cause the lightning oi 
fire ; before him flow rivers of fire ; therefore shall he be 
exalted who is as a consuming fire. 

VOL. II. 16 



Dpiai voiTp ^8ib • d?o fl3#b d*j?ti^ *py T • d*b 
S 6^W(S rc# 5 n5?& n$fl! p 1 ? ' 0!T9. ro*6o 

kS • ^n TpD3 nb snv ^p • D^ri^ ne« j* 

: ^gri Kftcn nix Hpi* nxar pS • ^m 

pa? • bS^ 1 ? ixpp pis ^p • tf?fo6 i-tptf !«n 
♦ toa^pa fij inxn • &s£ten 'pfrx • baft* pj| ixpp 
: MBtea". niK» jysajfo nxuh* pS 

tjj pi# • np&e nn$ i 1 ? Sn ? • d^V? vwk i m 
nnp Wtil VZW * «|S W. fgHg ^#B # Kp^ nxi 

: roten "h ^ nxm pS • jthm 

t ;- t- • vt:»|"t » : 

*?Pn # oSiy vra^e Sssha ^p • wrbvb watt & 
njri xh^b vm ' dyqh v& nj • d^j$ xS\ ask 
caViyri p bfcrjfc? *rfcx 5 ^np nxiin: pb ' ^ 

rgai mxn • n™S irwp npt> a*pe ; nn itrag v&fj 
t -n -n*? npi 3j ri$|p! p^> • td$3 isfi 



121 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He liveth eternally ; he hath 
created the universe, with his name J ah ! he desired to dwell 
in the temple, which was prepared for his eternal habitation ; 
therefore shall he who is eternal be exalted. 

Read, Extol God. Cong, He is pure of sight ; round about 
him are the "binding of waters, thick clouds of the skies 
and dark waters ; the wheels of those who bear his chariots 
are full of eyes; therefore shall he be exalted ; for the 
commandment of the Lord is clear and enlightening. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong, lie knoweth what is in the 
darkest concealment ; no darkness can hide any thing from 
liim ; he limiteth, darkness ; he turneth darkness and the 
shadow of death into mourning : therefore shall he be exalted 
who formed light, and created darkness. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He hath established his throne 
in righteousness and justice; he is the God of justice : his 
hand taketh hold of judgment ; therefore shall he be exalted, 
of whom it is said, And the Lord of Hosts shall be exalted 
in judgment. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. To him appertaineth the 
kingdom; he inhabiteth eternity, and is with the contrite; 
he turneth man to contrition ; and saith, Return ye, with 
an humble spirit ; therefore shall the Eternal, to whom the 
kingdom belongs, be exalted. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He ruleth the world with 
his almighty power; the all-seeing and all-knowing God, 
is his eternal name; his mercy is for ever and ever; 
therefore shall he be exalted. Blessed be the Eternal, the 
God of Israel, for ever and ever. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. He keepeth mercy to a thousand 
generations ; he warreth against his enemies from generation 
to generation ; he will raise up and fence the tabernacle of 
his annointed ; eternal light dwelleth with him in his 
habitation ; therefore shall he be exalted, whose memorial is 
from generation to generation. 



: n^^n 7^ a^rj ^ n#|)V pS 

dj?i^ • nan 1 ?© e>'K toft n*y. ^ • 071V? nax jm 
Dirbs arm • na-ina 3 rap nn:ja • nan Syju r#b 
: nar^a &*« J nsaw pV • na™? 

Vii? 1T3 • bin nbjri ^ Sn ? * tfnb*6 rm n n 
: hb Sr jt^ ii^bii; pb 

pS ; vyjna p^ wh 1 ) • vyfypo oy? f an • vrvia 

tt;- t: ;» v t : • 

♦ tr/mf? ov av iw p e>*h rM dins to ■ Btena mna 

: Vii-b ^h xj?3nan rflgpj pS 

^np? • ny. pitf new on ^p • vrhxh mm i Tn 
itrmp DH^pn • n$w anjTnp nib? rnaa • iy_ h? in 

• TSTV?1 p^ &% 3W1 HIJIV. p 1 ? * IRQ 

• efari ng t#3 • a*rjgj tip anrra ia# • anpyj 

: B ^yna p atfv iae> rroo* " Vikjw pb 

;" •• ; t;t: ttj» |"» 



122 MORNING 8BRVICB FOR THB DAY OP ATONBMBNT. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. He beareth all celestial and 
terrestrial beings : he hearkeneth to the poor, giveth ear to 
the words of their supplication, and is attentive to their 
prayer; therefore shall he be exalted, who is the God of 
gods, and the Lord of lords. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He is strong and victorious 
in battle ; he in wrath avengeth himself of his enemies ; he 
cutteth off those who rise up against him with destruction ; 
he roars against them with a violent roaring ; therefore shall 
the Eternal, who is the invincible warrior, be exalted. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He wrought and made all things ; 
it is in his power to make great, and to give strength unto all ; 
the eyes of all wait upon him, and his eyes pervade all things : 
therefore shall he be exalted, who is above all. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He is righteous in all his ways . 
he vieweth rectitude from his heavens ; he delighteth in the 
people who ascribe sovereign power to him ; they who are 
blessed of him inherit the land : therefore shall he be exalted. 
Bless the Eternal ! ye his angels. 

Read. Extol God. Cong. He calleth the generations 
from the beginning; hemaketh known the end from the 
beginning ; he hath chosen a people who are but poor, and 
few in number, daily to praise his omnipotence : therefore 
shall he be exalted, who is supreme above all. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. He is high and lofty, inhabiting 
eternity ; trust ye in him for ever and ever ; he hath appointed 
his glory in the assembly of the holy angels, and ordained 
his divine presence amongst his holy people ; therefore 
shall he be exalted, who causeth the earth to quake when 
he looketh on it. 

Bead. Extol God. Cong. His path is in the mighty 
waters ; his heavens pour down showers ; his people proclaim 
the unity of his name, early and late, in the gate of a 
numerous congregation : therefore shall the Lord of Hosts, 
who dwelleth above the cherubim, be exalted. 



: *yim n\h wrww nSsn up 

• vnxn pinS& in^nn i^ Sn? ■ orhub via*? jm 

|vtt t;t t«:' • •• :•' 

w • n$ p^i *i* -^ f noi p^s ^o 

top* nx na «tfia * nann* pf? • rv visno 

: pan Sm 
: wnSa nk>y;a D^TT| JJEto 
% 333 • iS ^V : ! pW3 *a 1*8 Sn ? : WnS# n&rjja F* 

D^ns k*3 *tl # b zpvh n*?y Ertfflaji • to naT uh$ 

: iSys D*an *«a naiuv p'*? • iStoS 

t: T • T - V T ; • I ■• t ; 

PI3TB) • lay insi Wen ^ : wrfrs ntyip v n 
pb • iaTT*?a p#w # n ■ t&ft tfrta pja • ray. nrr§ 
: ia# raas 2 n«w 

: t ; t: v t : • 

*# ^jv ! vxyh jro t\*p ty • wrfc$ ng^a pn 
•• vx^5 "itS? SiteH nS * vany nnj vn.? • rojrjfcb 
: v*rv bx M pj nan naan* pb 

t ••: v t: |f v t : • |- t 

vhm • mnn nfriy vnxSa **m • wri^t nfewa t» n 
Tagai nyp • nwb> hta$tf mid • Wtai^ nwtfsi 

: nmnn viSa nx^v pS ♦ mnn 
nra • vmaa nnsra rrjia ■** • w^pg nb>j? : a n* 

• vp$3tt wre? 5 ? wn • *W ^^59 &> n f? ' vpm gTV 

: vfwa h$ hy vanni n«av pS 

t -; - t ■• t -: - ; v t ; • I •• t 

(The Ark is closed.) 

n«ap? •aw * nanx tropa "tap • neh irrrn ■ nan* 

: nan bnnb dtk 



123 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

Read. Extol God. Cong, and Read. The earth is full of his 
praise; he removeth destruction and mischief; he turneth 
back, anger, wrath, and slaughter ; he accepteth the cry of 
those who supplicate him : therefore shall he be exalted. 
Lord, our God ! how excellent is thy name in all the earth. 

pm And thus we declare, how great is the work of our God ! 

OTI^M n»2D Read. The work of our God. Cong. There 
is none in heaven can be compared to him, nor any among 
the sons of the mighty, that can be likened to him ; he hath 
exalted the heavens for his habitation ; the inhabitants of 
the earth are as grasshoppers before him: therefore shall 
the Creator, whose work is perfect, be exalted. 

Read. The work of our God. Cong. Dominion and 
dread is with him ; yet abundant redemption is with him ; he 
hasteneth to hearken to the cry and humble prayer of hk 
people from heaven; therefore shall he be exalted. His 
name is, Lord of Hosts ! 

Read. The work of our God. Cong. He giveth food tc 
those who revere him ; they bring presents to his awfu 
temple ; the bands of his hosts cannot behold the sight Oj 
his glory: therefore shall he be exalted: for, behold, the 
eye of the Eternal is upon those who revere him. 

Read. The work of our God. Cong. He maketh spirits 
his messengers ; he is sanctified with songs and praise ; he 
hearkeneth to the effusion of prayer; he answereth, and 
granteth enlargement to those re ho are in trouble ; therefore 
shall the God of spirits be exalted. 

Read. The work of our God. Cong. He redeemeth from 
the grave those who have been borne by him [Israel] ; he 
is the Rock, who knoweth those who confide in him; the 
Holy performeth incomprehensible wonders ; he is merciful 
to those who please him, and also to those who provoke 
him : therefore shall he, who is merciful over all his works, 
ke exalted. 

B713M TiWVD The work of a mortal, his stratagems are 
mischievous devices ; he dwelleth in the midst of deceit ; his 
bed is with the worm ; he is buried in the cleft of the earth ; 
bow then can man, who is compared to vanity, be exalted? 



: "km dvS mw r6sn nap 

(The Ark is opened.) 

:«ns;. n^xa V$$hk. *<$& pa* 

: ova? ^nenj?! ' nfri 'QV313 • nam nvm 

% j?s?t • jn# ^niy\ • tf r© ^ihd ^ • na# jvyjl t* 
t yrta:? tfrn • rtyjflQ 'am ' nanri 

: on^3 ^bhj?i # anS *)vh* • ItSa '3^33 

: DTPS3 ^PBnj? ' WW aana f tyjjj *#Hp3 
rpp v$itf • niWpn Hj?i^b r m $» ♦ roe* nTJ! jp 

(The Ark is closed.) 



124 MORNING 8BRVICB FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

b^H Read. But the work of our God. Cong* and Read. 
He hearkeneth to prayers; he respecteth the arrangement 
of prayer; his laws are delightful; his ornament is the 
helmet of salvation ; therefore shall he he exalted ; he is our 
God ; the God of salvation 

pm In fear, they [the angels] reverence him who is 
tremendous. 

VBltf "WW Read. Though thy praise is powerful. Cong. 
Among the mighty angels of heaven, among beings who are 
as the splendid lightning, among hosts of immeasurable 
light, and among those who praise thee in a low soft voice ; 
and thy holiness is ever in their mouths. 



. 



nnttf tvsm Read. Yet dost thou accept praise. Cong, 
From those who assemble in a company to arrange prayer 
and supplication, who hope for graciousness ; and that is 
thy glory. 

V&W "WN Read. Though thy praise is powerful. Cong. 
Among ethereal princes [among angels] who nimbly leap 
when sent on their missions ; among the glorious cherubim, 
and the flaming legions ; and thy holiness is ever in their 
mouths. 

nnB? rv!m Read. Yet dost thou accept praise. Cong. 
From those whose days are short ; who have forgottea 
goodness, who are satiated with trouble, and whose soul is 
grieved ; and that is thy glory. 

V^N "TON Read. Though thy praise is powerful. Con«. 
Among those whose names are secret, among the hosts jf 
the holy, ancient, and watchful angels, and among myriads of 
celestial beings; and thy holiness is ever in their mouth. 

rQB? iwsni Read. Yet dost thou accept praise. Cong, 
From those who hasten to knock at thy gates, who pour out 
prayer, who solicit forgiveness, and long for pardon ; and 
that is thy glory. 

pm And thus ascribe ye strength unto God ; his excellency 
is over Israel. 



: tod n\h n 
irona btrisr. by. 
ffpf\ b^r ^K 

inTRi ^rn^ Sr 

otj# S*n^ by. 
inax 1 ? S*ne? ba 
intfRj h*nty by. 
in*3} Sanfe? Sr 
infns Snh^ Sr 



nne> nSsn Mp 

ntt3M bx*\w by 

miw S*nir Sr 

mm btnir Sp 

invito Sansr bff 
in$3 bx*p] hy m 

irtap Senfe? Sr 
w^a ^t^j by 
in^hj? ban^ Sr 
iri}^ b^lfr Sr 



: wprhro royS wra # dwi rcrft pa *dsn ^ 

: WjyriSW EPWfc ^3W ■ ffOTM mrb nvmn 
rw rb^ftof? Sya bna npn • ttjaae wis 1311 

rone *l s tfjjyi is Ss ¥0! * ffpoi ityb nypi 
: D % p»n on« iWT 6*y «S ' awana cnn 

p . 1 ♦ -:- • t | • : t : • . t 

nam : tfpGp ajns) D^iaj • d % j3»? s #ji$# •rcrtsa 
nn$ : D % jxi83 v^rj •jftje py T • tfparij 1213 rrjjfcn 
: dtoboS wna d^irS ph* ■ DTOtfn iS cyb nStf 
: ewmhj mn*o wm • cranm i:^a iS o*op 

)• t :• t-: - : • t p t v:v • | : 

: d*pmh 



125 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

b*W» bv His faithfulness is in Israel. His blessing is 
upon Israel. His excellency is over Israel. His command 
is over Israel. His glory is over Israel. His appointment 
is over Israel. His memorial is Israel. His compassion is 
over Israel. His purity is over Israel. His rectitude is in 
Israel. His establishment is over Israel. Hi3 choice is 
Israel. His kingdom is over Israel. His beauty is over 
Israel. Israel is his peculiar treasure. Israel is his 
congregation. His work is Israel. His righteousness is over 
Israel. His holiness is over Israel. His exaltation is over 
Israel. His divine presence is over Israel. His glory is 
over Israel. 

73m Verily his strength is in the skies. 

V"ia iDDN With his word, he established the .ends of the 
earth ; aM creatures assemble to worship him with reverence ; 
he revealeth profound things from darkness, and confirmeth 
the words of his servant ; he heweth flames and lightning, 
they enlighten the world with splendour; he remembereth 
the covenant of the patriarchs, for his mercy is great above 
the heavens; he is good to, and strengthened those who 
adhere to him ; all that adhere to him shall enjoy life ; for 
at his breath the mountains are rent ; the rocks and mountains 
are not able to bear his wrath : in dread of him the valleys 
are cleaved asunder; they dissolve and melt as wax; the 
storm and whirlwind denote his path; his feet tread the 
clouds as dust ; he sent redemption to the people who clave 
unto him ; he commanded his covenant for ever to his 
beloved ones, who were purchased by him, and embraced 
with his right hand; they follow, and adhere to him: he 
hearkeneth to their prayer from the depths : he is the glory 
and strength of the rose of the valley [Israel.] 



: m tao isvb rrfw nSsn tap 

: *paa *a j p;n 

D3 *oia ^paa *a • rapTO Tlk 'paa *a Sn P 

nfmg nan ^\ea % • jgtfttfi ma* ^laa *a *• DW"E8 

rwji 1^9 '9 • Btyk -nrn Iti ^aa % : jrehn^> W 

^S? T?n T^? '5 • D^v^a ^t npaj *$ : eaia jijn 

: aW? dt# ^aa <a • aw aia ^aa *a : EPfcgtf 

nfcrcaa y(^ ^laj *a • a;* '0 133 ajia faa *a 

ntapa 'HW 'pa? ^ • a?a hyp* to sp&| ^ : d; 

jtth nriy ^laa *a • nwri d % 3R dp 'paa *a : b* 

vfjjrrc 'pa? % a • mjn^ : Skid ^paj va : ia 'Din 

r«in ■spas *a • ia# *qi:» tfng "?paa *a : myp^ 

p#, •spaa *a • T5OT nn?n naw' faa *a f : i&ya 

: npn Bjrj^ apy; 1 ? n&g 

: ^sa? pw • * DviSaa ^aa px p?* 

ntsa nvtja Tfc^aa iw 

n&a rra T^PW W 
nisa njijn3 yftts pxi 
naa fyna ^Nw t$i 
n&a rjp| y^5? pfl 
naa wf>$ ^^5? P*! 
n$a nr?33 Tfc88? P^l 
n&a TU3 V&t& px) 
naa nixirca Yft£? PW 



n?j?a nnxa ijtB| px 

rbjlp nnja ^a? px 

n 1 ^© Tiarjs Tpaa px 

n 1 ^ % 3!3 *pa? p# 

nSya nmt?a ^paa px 

r/pya 'anpa ^paa pet 

nSya ^Se? 'pa? pg 

nSya '$ne>3 ^paa px 

nSya wS§a ^aa p$ 



126 KORNING 8RRVICB FOR THB DAT OP ATONBMKNT. 

pK Who is like unto thee, Eternal ? 

"pDD s £ Who is like thee, glorious in the heavens ? Who 
is like thee, thou Creator of heaven and earth ? Who is 
like thee, who art a mighty Saviour ? Who is like thee, 
who speakest righteousness, and art mighty to save ? Who 
is like thee, clothed in glory and majesty? Who is like 
thee, who suppressest sin and iniquity? Who among the 
celestial beings is pure like thee ? Who among the thousands 
of angels, is strong like thee ? Who is like thee, good 
and beneficent ? Who like thee is beneficent to the upright ? 
Who is like thee, who gatherest together the waters of 
the sea, as a heap? Who like thee can restore from the 
depths of the sea ? Who like thee hath measured the waters 
in the hollow of his hand ? Who like thee is glorified 
by the voice of the assembled waters? Who like thee 
hath made the clouds his chariot ? Who like thee knoweth 
and helpeth those who trust in him ? Who like thee worketh 
salvations? Who like thee hearkeneth to those who cry 
unto him ? Who is like thee, thou whose name is 
tremendous and holy ? Who is like thee who art favourable 
to thy people? Who like thee keepeth the covenant and 
slieweth mercy ? Who is like thee who granteth faithfulness 
to Jacob, and kindness unto Abraham ? 

pni There is none like thee, among the mighty, Lord, 
nor is there any thing like thy works. 

-ptt3 V M There is none like thee, among the mighty 
above ; nor is there any thing like thy works among the 
elect ones [Israel] below. There is none among the hosts 
above, nor is there any thing like thy works among those 
who dwell below. There is none like thee among the 
multitude above, nor is there any thing like thy works among 
the assemblies below. There is none like thee among the 
pure ones above, nor any thing like thy works among the 
hosts below. There is none like thee among the undefiled 
above, nor any thing like thy works among the honourable 
below. There is none like thee among the cherubs above, 
nor any thing like thy works among the legions below. 
There is none like thee among the angels above, nor is there 
any thing like thy works with the rulers below. There is 
none like thee among the seraphim above, nor is there any 
thing like thy works among the mighty below. There is 
none like thee among the ineffable above, nor any thing like 



: D^iy *n ^n#} {331 

(The Ark is opened.) 
(Say the following in a solemn manner.) 

<rh nanaro swan : mbSiy *nS nwxtro rmnn *" 

- . TT ... T . - . T ^ • . T v: t : •• • t 

TBSJ : D^Siy ^n 1 ? vrnn) ninn : &bhy <rh n^ni 
^ : tf&Siy ^n 1 ? vmrn ^ : D^Siy ^n 1 ? n^rmi 
-nn?n : wefay -ri 1 ? -irvttsHi oafcri : D^Siy *n^ jpffirn 
rtzfcn : tfoSiy *nS mam nnan : mbSiy *nS n^nsji 

. r W - ; TTJV": T ;- • t w ~ J • 

D^Siy ttS nuDro nasi : meSiy *rfc rtt|rn nw 
Q^y $£ "i^?ni : nnen : D^Siy *nS ♦ njjsp] nyn 

(The Ark is closed.) 

: n^X3 xtfifa^ fT£»! p?* 

^yjjj ■ STB13 ^nu • nnjrqi ^Tinj • nyn.3 ^rfp 

• ngrjg i fi#j • rrjjfca ^yt?2 ' n^na ■sppnj # rma 

• na^a y?bv* • rrrsba psSj • nynaa 'fjaa? 



127 MORNINQ 6BRVICB FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

thy works among the hosts below. There is none like thee 
among the holy ones above, nor any thing like thy works 
among the eminent below. There is none like thee among 
the angels above, nor any thing like thy works among the 
powerful below. 

pni We will glorify thee, thou who livest eternally. 

rmwn Excellence and faithfulness appertain to him 
who liveth eternally. Understanding and blessing appertain 
to him who liveth eternally. Loftiness and greatness appertain 
to him who liveth eternally. Knowledge and speech 
appertain to him who liveth eternally. Honour and majesty 
appertain to him who liveth eternally. Appointment and 
strength appertain to him who liveth eternally. Purity and 
splendour appertain to him who liveth eternally, rower 
and might appertain to him who liveth eternally. Ornament 
and decency appertain to him who liveth eternally. Unity 
and reverence appertain to him who liveth eternally. The 
crown and glory appertain to him who liveth eternally. 
Good doctrine and sensibility of heart appertain to him who 
liveth eternally. Dominion and rule appertain to him who 
liveth eternally. Beauty and victory appertain to him who 
liveth eternally. Magnanimity and exaltation appertain to 
him who liveth eternally. Power and meekness appertain 
to him who liveth eternally. Redemption and the glorious 
diadem appertain to him who liveth eternally. Glorification 
and righteousness appertain to him who liveth eternally. 
Vocation and holiness appertain to him who liveth eternally. 
Shouting and high exultation appertain to him who liveth 
eternally. Song and hymn appertain to him who liveth 
eternally. Praise and glory appertain to him who liveth 
eternally. 

pm our God, we will praise thee in reverence. 
TWDN3 We will extol thee in fear; we will bless thee 
with understanding ; we will magnify thee with greatness ; 
we will seek thee with knowledge ; we will honour thee with 
thanksgiving ; we will thank thee in the assembly ; we will 
remember thee with psalmody ; we will ascribe strength 
unto thee with prayer ; we will reason of thee in purity ; 
we will proclaim thy unity in reverence; we will glorify 
thee with the bended knee ; we will love thee in our hearts, 
through the study of thy law ; we will proclaim thy sove- 
reignty ; we will praise thee with amiableness ; we will exalt 



5 niM uch rrtw nSsn nap 

t n$Tf?3 ^1j?3 • hShm *&&*) " nW3 WW 

#np tt^ a r yj^ anfl^jl ly^ j &M*j pj» 

I MSI 

• jay Sa? ^ an trnj? • jom ^© Sk *a$n ** 
uapn : D*m rwm not ship ■ anon Sow ttpn 
IVS »pn • nj3R» paw KW erif? • njrrva vhfin 

• S3 1 ? aia fcefi • tfjsefeto tab nvi grip • crpn£ 
. if^BBi &j wrt n&ia maa uapn : SaS $nv #n srnp 

• D'aaia 1 ? nsp& rata i&^n : 1$$ lenpn 1 ? k*i Bhnp r 

• t&iy ijm?a Saio «£n : pi^rtj my? a?j mm e>np 

• dtt pirn : tftii wi t dS?j feita my m srnp 

• iwip^ anfj «*ri : &T¥3 tratf injr^ ttvi chip 
crip • ntan j»i0 ttOti p« : van* r*sn mot tfnp 

: mSnp$3 wgaps ton 

D?e^ wr» wn srnp *a • inu) t™ aapn ** 
nan nvi tfriD *a • on# Srog mVnj y»n ■ m«r 
eh-ij? «i • njftjjg pyjn wzpii • onjft? t# nipnx 
tfnp, »j • max nna iaij wsi-i : n^pa la&ni vm 
«5>Hj5 19 • oyia rtatf mntj wen : man 1 ? wm fori 



128 MORNING 8ERVICB FOR THB DAY 0* ATONEMElfT, 

thee with the supreme power; we will reverence thee in 
meekness ; we will glorify thee with bursting forth ; we will 
praise thee with cymbals ; we will sanctify thee by 
proclamation ; we will exalt thee in song ; we will sing 
praise unto thee ; we will continually praise thee. 

pm Extol ye the Eternal, our God, worship at his foot- 
stool ; he is holy. 

ifcttn Extol ye God, the faithful King, he is holy and 
blessed at all times. Extol him who bestoweth gracious 
favours, he is holy, his laws are lovely. Extol him who is 
sanctified in righteousness; he is holy, and giveth ear to 
prayer. Extol him who spanned the heavens ; he is holy, 
his words are sweet. Extol him, who is good to all ; he is 
holy and omniscient. Extol him of whom in his palace all 
speak of his glory ; he is holy, and we ought to sanctify and 
praise him. Extol him who appointeth the number of the 
stars ; he is holy, he standeth in the choir of the cherubim. 
Extol him who beareth the world with His arm ; he is holy, 
strong, and hidden from all. Extol him who answered and 
redeemed his beloved ones ; he is holy, the heavens declare 
his righteousness. Extol him who is near to those who call 
upon him ; he is holy, he taketh pleasure in those who revere 
him. Extol him who hearkeneth to prayer ; he is holy, his 
glory is in the congregations. 

pm Extol ye the Eternal, our God, and worship at his 
holy mount ; for the Eternal, our God, is holy. 

Dajyn Extol him who is glorious and tremendous, for he 
is holy ; with the breath of his mouth he beautified the 
heavens. Extol him whose greatness is in the congregation 
of the upright, for he is holy ; he speaketh righteousness, 
and declareth rectitude. Extol him who is reverenced in 
holiness, for he is holy; and his path is holiness. Extol 
him who remembereth the covenant of the patriarchs, for 
he is holy; he divideth the flames of fire. Extol him 
who is pure, and who sendeth lightning, for he is holy ; 

VOL. II. 17 



: tim dvS rmns? nSsn bap 

aj$ nrria Sjgn : ^9T8| D '9?n nji 1 ? ^n tshifj 
x^e> idwi i DWiaS t jnu *an Bhnjj *3 ♦ d^§ 
«pn : ipn Ttawffa wn #nj? »3 • ipn p£ v# 
: tow wr\p rn* wn tfnp ♦? ■ H38 #53 Sttis 

t t -:- "if l T * t t »: v v v 

^?» cn T ron Bhnj? % | • pao d:&# nxp ttapn 
trnp ♦$ • ia# ernjji tsl pitf usynim : pan WB0 

: t • : 

: rmai* Sa nna *j law 

t v; •• t - l^ 7 ; 

•sp^T? ■ ^31^5$ T&? * wJwiJW ^jnng ■ b*3V^3 

: Bhpvii ppn j;Kn 
: a^jj & % |7333 pgan • &&$ *jfa$3 tr^rpnn ^ 
K^g : d^sik tots ppi • vhhi &ty_33 ^if?3n 
p*p?a BHfjan * F*H|3 TPS pSX! ' FT9 WJ? 
♦ nnintp Dp£3 BNjjjn : D*3pfc tQtang pgan • tmw 
y^m • D'ln? 7333 Bf^jan : DHpv onp;3 pyan 



129 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

he hath founded the earth. Extol him who iiath established 
his throne in the highest heavens, for he is holy ; it is he who 
ensnares the wise' in their own craftiness. Extol him who 
blotteth out our transgressions as a cloud,, for he is holy ; 
he stretcheth out his hand to the transgressors. Extol him 
who is great, whose years are unsearchable, for he is holy ; 
he searcheth all thoughts. Extol him who redeemeth the 
soul of his servants, for he is holy ; he is righteous, his works 
are truth. Extol him who is the possessor of heaven and 
earth, for he is holy ; he is elevated, and looketh to the ends 
of the earth. Extol him who inhabiteth eternity. Holy, 
is his name, for he is hory £ praise is suitable to his name. 

pm Verily thou art the faithful God. 

*TriD1EN Thy faithfulness is among the celestial beings, 
thy covenant among the terrestrial beings ; thy greatness is 
among the celestial beings, thy law is among the terrestrial, 
beings: thy honour is among the celestial, beings,, thine 
appointment among the terrestrial beings ; thy habitation is 
among the celestial beings, thy resting-plaep is among the 
terrestrial beings ; thy purity is among the celestial beings, 
thy fear is among the terrestrial beings;, thy. glory is among 
the celestial beings, thine instruction is among the terrestrial 
beings; thy dwelling is among the celestial beings, thy 
habitation is among the terrestrial beings ; thy tabernacle is 
among the celestial beings, thy congregation among the 
terrestrial beings : thy glorification is among the celestial 
beings, thy righteousness is among the terrestrial beings : 
thy holiness is among the celestial beings, thine exaltation 
is among the terrestrial beings : thy divine presence is 
among the celestial beings, thy praise is among the terrestrial 
beings. 

pm Verily thou art reverenced and sanctified. 

t^lp^n Who is sanctified by the many thousands of angels ; 
who is reverenced by the swift lightning : who is sanctified 
by the storm of the heavenly orbs : who is reverenced by 
the prancing of the ophanim : who is sanctified by the 
multitude of vigilant angels ; who is reverenced in the holy 
assembly : who is sanctified by the resplendent spirits : who 
is reverenced by those who are hewn from flames of fire : 
who is sanctified by those who are adorned with purity ; 
who is reverenced by the flaming angels : who is sanctified 



• Ass aah *pm nSsn Sp 

p??n • ov^o nur©3 enpan • dwiS npr] 1 ?} 
rtya pgjri • onov crs^a ehpji • b»jj« bkij? 
Wap nyai • raat *j«e eNpan : d*Wtk 
tfQTS p T SJrt • }1ttl3 c^ipa BHpjn • D?6J? nptfe 

pin? p$yn • d*jw# &p#3 enpjnn" : pan 

0np onaue • D^-iSsh aSeh nnp. *yb$ 

•sjrQi chip • tfirn '?* P*3V *?? 

: ^v-qi chnp • nirng ajiif? • ni^np ntfv 1 ? 
: chip tfnaix • onS nam dhS nma 

• "^nyi p'np • D0^8? °l?Oi nirn , *BH n 
ehnp tfigiK • pshj3 TO] PTS % ?BO 

^npn Bhnp • D^Bfcp »jttp rprjK ^>mi 



130 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

by the bands of cherubim; who is reverenced by the assembly 
of flaming angels ; who is sanctified by the host of angels ; 
who is reverenced by their melodious song ; who is sanctified 
by the attendant seraphim ; who is reverenced by the mighty 
angels ; who is sanctified by those [angels] whose wings are 
separated ; who is reverenced by the shout of those whose 
wings are joined ; who is sanctified by those whose voice is 
as the voice of a multitude ; who is reverenced by myraids 
of angels ; who is sanctified in tranquillity by the shinanim ; 
who is sanctified by the numerous groups of angels. 

ntt?vb To him who abideth among praises; to him who 
causeth the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and 
blessing. 

The mighty angels of heaven, who are hewn from flames 
of fire, say, Holy. 

Those who are excellently delightful and beloved [Israel] 
say, Blessed. 

Those angels composed of ice, snow, and flames of fire, 
say, Holy. 

The righteous seed who were brought out of Egypt, say, 
Holy, and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

Those angels whose height make them dreadful say, Holy. 

Those who are mighty in power, in the dwelling of their 
tabernacles [Israel] say, Blessed. 

Those who fly and cover their faces with their wings say, 
Holy. 

Those who seek the law, and adhere to their God say, 
Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

The multitude of vigilant angels, and the holy assembly, 
say, Holy. 

They who meditate in the law, the holy plant [Israel] 
gay, Blessed. 

Those who assemble on high, whose bodies are as beryl, 
eay, Holy. 

1 Those who are sick of love, and are supported with flagons 
[Israel] say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move be holiness and blessing. 



: niM dvS nnrw rtan 



N' 



•chip tP*KH 
^ ah&ia 

: s fH3 d^ik 



B^fti j^3 vni tdj 
D^\Nt ftgjjft B*$| jpin 

D*prp *enn thid *btee 

Hfgg bsjSl |«T31 |*rp* 
DIM flS^J yj-ix *♦«$ 

dom ^ nn3 <nra 
Cf|f] D^jn p^ ^3iS 

B4&h$ crap drij tipi 

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MpWS n*rj!3 d*>Kj **bp 



131 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

Those who are portioned with splendour, as the color of 
amber, say, Holy, 

Those who with pure words study the law, that is purified 
seven times, say, Blessed. 

The hosts of myraids of mighty angels say, Holy. 

The children of rectitude, the offspring of the mighty, 
say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who 
causeth the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and 
blessing. 

Those who are adorned with purity, and renewed every 
morning, say, Holy. 

Those who bear thy fear, in the command of thy precepts, 
say, Blessed. 

The angels who in dread leap back, say, Holy. 

They who have knowledge and understanding in the law 
that is more precious than pearls, say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

Those angels who are covered with four wings and have 
four faces, say, Holy. 

They with whom a covenant was made face to face, say, 
Blessed. 

Those who are clothed with pure and clean linen garments, 
say, Holy. 

Those who are clothed in beautiful white garments, say, 
Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

The high, exalted, and amiable ministering arc^/s, say, Holy. 

Those who are instructed in the statutes and explain 
them properly, say, Blessed. 

They by whose tuneful song the vestibule is shaken, say, 
Holy. 

Those whose cheeks are comely, like a swallow they 
chirup and say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

Those who are covered with wings and sparkle a3 burnished 
brass, say, Holy. 

The peculiarly beloved above all people with reverential 
awe, say, Blessed. 



: iim dvS mw rtan aSp 

: Bhlp DnplK • BTHJ nan? ^8W? DTWy 

: ynx tfr?p • pTWtf TTS ny % 31W 

: ■spn^ ertp • nmny : ajrif? • nfop ngn* 1 ? 

| t • : • •• : • • • : »y : • 

: ^jrtyi Bhnjj • frPTSp iniin 1 ? pJWje nix}* 

: ^na* errp * niang asufr • Hferip ag>v*? 

Wij? onpiK • nn^n -it eF&£? noip 

^r$ d^toik • rrywj ny&rj d;w£ ♦tnip 

trnp dtoik • rn£ rrwjg, ^yj djj^ji 

•^rai tfnp • nnr*^ ttyi0& n0 •son 

: ■spnyi Bhnp • rttfjgf asm 1 ? • nfepip afeT*> 

• erip onoiK • DDn&a DiStr bptf »Jk}£ 

I t • : t -; - : t Ivv "•:■ 

ipna vpqk • djj?d rrp? nmS-i *jpi0 

^ tfnjj • OJipi DJian 1 ? yh W? 

: "^t^ ehnp • ninny asm 1 ? • nfasj a#t^ 
: h hygsb irjwy d V)£ pa* ^ ^ 

I T T • •• - • -; v v f 

: D^?n#i D^np&i DTW£ B^fl 

nn§ wpruj n&'x d^n? ■ i^n an? TT»^ nspa px 

: iV? D % » Dim nrni nyna • b>n 

w ~i • t v vt v v t w — ; •• 



132 MOnNING SBRVICB FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

They who stand above and hasten to perform his word, 
say, Holy. 

They who arrange forcible prayer and are terrified with 
anguish, say, Holy, and blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

They whose formation is four faces and no back, say, Holy. 

They who are separated from all nations and are united 
unto thee say, Blessed. 

The high and exalted celestial hosts, say, Holy. 

The terrestrial hosts, who wisely attempt to reconcile 
thee, say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

They who with a three-fold sanctification proclaim his 
glory, say, Holy. 

They who twice daily proclaim the exalted praise say, 
Blessed. 

They whose feet are straight say, Holy. 

They who are acceptable to the Almighty with their song, 
say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

The tranquil angels, in whose abode is peace, say, Holy. 

Those who hasten to the gates of the synagogues, with the 
utterance of their prayer, say, Blessed. 

The high and mighty angels with tuneful song, say, Holy. 

They who walk in the perfect way, to their Lord and 
Creator, say, Holy and Blessed. 

To him who abideth amongst praises, to him who causeth 
the uppermost sphere to move, be holiness and blessing. 

pm Read. aa&Cong. And thus the seraphim stand by him. 

nt One asketh the other, Where is the most mighty God ? 
where dwelleth the most High? Thus they all reverence, 
sanctify, and praise him. 

iSDri V** There is no number to the bands of his host, 
they are girt with fear, and seized with dread; in sudden 
terror and trembling they stand to praise him. 



r# pKfl nau • rav, *jre# nfesuj crehna djvu 
: im M2& nmh Dnrpa &ym • nn^ mrv 

tv: •-t: •• • « t j . 

♦jwjij? njn T Tjhi Tin • rate© a^to ai cnpa ri^p 
: ws& aonm D*bx pas nu % u&di • vmb 

tt* :-:•: «•• -; t v • t • j 

** : Vis noa* witfa 

t t v - : • • : • 

•xhrb ten tiid *&# *ar * v^« ^^ vjn& nnu ♦jm 

: vSro dw* MBH bWrt tJ^fl 

» : vSn n&a* lyWM 

T ._ v-; •-:• 

oa a*ap pjaa wniytp ♦ cjaiy© n#j frt)13 ttijrt tfpd 

bseh na inj Taa ■ njnp toxSa rcnj£ &rg> tf# *$»? 

: nja nj D$ha nnsa rsvgrib ' njrv 

w : ni Sk n? x-ipi 

v v t|t: 

&&sn n\m d*jh& • n&K&a Sa fey nTiaja dSij? Wia 
•: na«o aryy ftitf? dwu annm • nffb mPjp 

- -: - *' :- t t : : • : - t \|; 

™ : n&Ni n? Sx nr Knpi 

- t : v v v t|t : 

t t -: t •• t | t : vv • : - •• : - 

: irnp &h& insa D^a D^iy ♦ tfnpi 

I T TV: T \ • * | T ; 

nr : Khnp ^'HP 0HP 



133 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

D^Sna? The seraphim stand by him. One asketk, &c. 

The high and lofty angels whose bodies are as beryl, 
together loudly praise his glory, and proclaim his unity , 
they praise, and bow themselves to him who is one, and 
whose name is one. 

ww Each of them have six wings. One asketk, &c. 

He who is glorified in holiness, abundant good is in his 
treasures ; honour, glory, and strength are in his secret 
hiding-place, of whom mighty angels are afraid, and hide 
themselves from his presence. 

DTitm With two of them [the wings] he covereth his face. 
One asketk, &c. 

The splendid heavens that were meted by his span, drop 
showers of rain ; the pure angels in the transparent heavens 
are placed under his feet ; his host in fear, dread, and haste, 
raise tkeir banners. 

DTiam And with two of the wings he covereth his feet. 
One asketk, &c. 

They fly to and fro as an eagle ; they fly like lightning 
round the throne, saying, Here we are ready to be employed 
in the mission of our Creator. 

DYH&m And two of the wings he useth in flying. One 
asketk, &c. 

They who are covered with six wings in secret vision 
reverence him who is mighty, and of abundant power, and 
yet regardeth the humble ; to reverence him in dread, they 
ask permission of each other. 

snpl And one angel called unto another. One asketk, <fec. 

He who ruleth the world with might, and made all with 
his word ; the pillars of the vestibule are shaken, when the 
splendid sparkling angels, with sweet speech declare his 
holiness in his presence. 

Nipi And they [the angels] called alternately, and said. 
One asketk, &c. 

The glorious seraphim declare the sovereignty of the 
most Holy; they extol him who causeth the uppermost 
sphere to move, and who is most high and holy ; and all 
together at once rehearse a threefold sanctification, Holy, 
holy, holy. One asketk, &c. 



: msa uth mw nSsn 



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rrpr\ tyn vr\ys • rowan WJ| d*?^ 'fita Ifffee 
• rttc tax Tjm? D^D^iy iw • mxnvn 'nSxS 

nyj e^n m#? rvfej? • p# W3 tt nnnn aoip 

: p$ xnpn T?1 *$?) Dl • pDa 

»i : pari Sd xSe 

*6 d % d# *&Bh D'&tf ■ raS nafew tfnTi nv pie> i* 
: itd:? 1 ? n* cttsj Dwshn t^iri ' ran h£?y t 

: hdj pan Ss x^? 1 *? 

• D^va pitf rtai • d^x Sx jvx • d^xip n\ Sx nr 

: y/ftjy D*Bpp£a DT1SS t$3j 

(The Ark is opened.) 

p DV3 ITpy? pro 7 : p ^35 bt$ ■? 

p or? pneHg nyn ^ : ps nip^y nSi; ^ 
p. dv? ion n^iyi pn\ 7 

p Dvg v£s© Sam h 
p DV3 nin^na snr h 

p DV3 nipnv Bftfc h 

p DV3 nfesp *nw b 
p DV3 vxTip 1 ? nyiy h 
p bra nhpw n$iv h 

p DV^^.Dnn^nmSn? 

p DV3 vy$B ^ain ^ 

(The Ark is closed.) 



ps mjn nyirj ^ 

|H3 inn? "©it *? 

p3 voin nnto £ 
p3 nana #312 ^ 

p3 xp&lj? r^io h 

p3 v&rn ^ajriB *? 

p3 rn#t nxp h 

1^3 lrjrjiK nai^ 



134 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

Sfrbfl The many thousands and myriads of ineffable angels 
burst forth with song and praise to the God of hosts, the 
Creator of the worlds, who is a sign in the midst of his host. 

* The Lord of hosts. One asketk, &c, 

Klip He who calleth forth the generations, dwelleth in the 
mighty heavens ; the whirlwind forcibly and quickly obeyeth 
his word; he who is most high and most exalted, spoke, 
and called the earth into existence, 

sba The whole earth is filled. One asketk, &c, 

I^W He inhabiteth eternity, he alone is holy and exalted ; 
the heavens, and heaven of heavens, cannot contain his glory ; 
he created the strong and mighty angels for his glory. 

isbo The whole earth is filled with his glory. 

nt One asketh of the other, Where is the most mighty 
God? Where dwelleth the most High? Thus they all 
reverence, sanctify, and praise him. 

pm And thus all shall acknowledge thee their Sovereign. 

bsb Mead. To the God who arrangeth judgment. — Cong, 

To him who searcheth all the hearts on the day of judgment. 

— Read. To him who revealeth hidden things in judgment. — 

Cong, To him who speaketh uprightly on the day of 

judgment. — Read, To him who sheweth knowledge in 

judgment. — Cong, To him who is powerful, and sheweth 

mercy in the day of judgment. — Read, To him who 

remembereth his covenant in judgment. — Cong, To him who 

hath compassion on his works in the day of judgment. — Bead, 

To him who cleanseth those who trust in him in judgment. — 

Cong. To him who knoweth the hidden thoughts in the day 

of judgment. — Read. To him who subdueth his anger in 

judgment. — Cong. To him who is clothed in righteousness 

in the day of judgment. — Read. To him who pardoneth 

iniquities in judgment. — Cong. To him who is tremendous in 

praises in the day of judgment. — Read. To him who forgiveth 

those who were borne by him, in judgment. — Cong. To him 

who answereth those who call upon him in the day of 

judgment. — Read, To him who exerciseth his mercy in 

judgment. — Cong, To him who clearly vieweth the most 

secret things in the day of judgment. — Read, To him who 

purchaseth his servants in judgment. — Cong, and Read. To 

him who compassionateth his people in the day of judgment. — 

To him who preserveth those who love him in judgment. — To 

him who supporteth his perfect ones in the day of judgment. 



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Snub ^|S& wriSa nm *3 hbhj? nSs© ^ p:n 

♦ ^n&nj? nxnfp nrajr ^ ■ ^w^ri Sffi \y\) '$ 
*b • ^pga ^S§ pop; *& • Y0 1X ?V '?¥ *)¥$y ^ 

•ta Woj ^ ' ^dSp ^P WR !* # iJ^J? a TV T*- 
*£ • "ijnpS n&S jriS* *p • ^vniD ktyfc S^b* tj ■ •sjrup 
l^itD WW *D • Yip) W* JW '0 * ^pfQO N?3 ^3J 

| v-: • • t ) v • | v v- : • I v -: - 

jn dSt *a • wmn tin nan* ^ ♦ wiwyi nyj nhp 

• ^V™ p iwpi ^ s ^s^ jw ftb& *$ 

p ^133 • 5p£33 p ^01^3 * H01W P ItfeW 

♦ ^oii% P HWfi! * 15P P ^lOWl? # ^Vll 
p ^TIP * ^rmi p ^nn^i : 3 • ^TTSfl p ^nr^Sns 

♦ ^rw* p ^rnn&3 • ^rmt? p ^fl?^? * 19W 

^jnetoVl • ^f^ P ^F9?3 * ^703 p ^O^P 

♦ sjorr* p ^£tfj#3 • pyj p TO^9 ■ ^Vto }3 

p ^^j?3 * *j$nj? p ^wrsp * $#r# p 

: ^T£9p p ^nnf3 ' ^nn^ p sJQtyStyrig ' ^niapn 
tjjwi S3 Sy_ • nSnw n?n:3 S3 Sy_ Dpinp ^^1 
Sa Sy • n^mf! ?n Sa by * rvwi ratf S3 Sy ■ masm 

T * - T • : I V V T ^» t • : - V T ^- T T ; • : 



135 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

pnt And thus will we ascribe holiness unto thee, for thou, 
our God, art a King who pardoneth and forgiveth. 

ns/T >£ Who can declare the power of thy glory ? Who 
himself is adequate to thy praise ? Who can sing thine immense 
exaltation ? — who determine thine unbounded holiness ? — who 
utter the beauty of thy righteousness ?— who explain thy 
glorious wonders ?— who estimate the strength of thy mighty 
power? — who speak the strength of thy praise? — who talk 
of the beauty of thine eternity ? — who speak of thy wonderful 
works ? — who tell of the instruction of thy law ? — who 
encompass the throne of thy glory? — who make known 
the beauty of thine honour? — who explain the goodness of 
thy decrees ?— who shew the explanation of thy parables ? — 
who behold the glory of thy splendour ? — who shew the 
appointment of thy mighty ones ? — who declare the magnificence 
of thy glory? — who exhaust the knowledge of thy law? 
— who express the greatness of thy might? — who define 
the clearness of thine understanding ? — who express the 
power of thine omnipotence ? For as thy name is, so is thy 
praise ; as thy praise, so is thine oracle ; as thine oracle, so 
is thine ability ; as thine ability, so is thy greatness ; as thy 
greatness, so is thy knowledge ; as thy knowledge, so is thy 
way ; as thy way, so is thine appointment ; as thine appointment, 
so is thy splendour ; as thy splendour, so is thy pavilion ; as 
thy pavilion, so is thy purity; as thy purity, so is thy 
rectitude ; as thy rectitude, so is thy tenderness ; as thy 
tenderness, so is thine attire; as thine attire, so is thine 
attribute ; as thine attribute, so is thy amiableness ; as thine 
amiableness, so is thy sovereign power; as thy sovereign power, 
so is thy meekness ; as thy meekness, so is thy discretion ; 
as thy discretion, so is thy modesty ; as thy modesty, so is 
thy holiness ; as thy holiness, so is thine exaltation ; as thine 
exaltation, so is thy praise ; as thy praise, so is thy glory ; 
and thy name is exalted above all blessing and praise ; above 
all strength and glory ; above all praise and song ; above all 
song and inditing ; above all holiness and proclamation ; 



: ^m dvS nmsf nSsn hp 

• nn^9i *w?s Ss Sr • nSrw tjtt« S3 Sr 4 n#ap #np 

• nyyi n«j S3 Sr • nn^ nisp S3 Sr • njjjp tir S3 Sr 
td3 Ss Sr • n^nS* »rf? S3 by. • nSai jro bj Sr 

• rnnb) dj»p Ss Sr • nxn*) -nn» Ss by, • nj^n^ 
♦m Ss by. • rnon ipj Ss by. • n^rn join Ss by. 
by • njni aw? Ss Sr • nnm) S*?n Ss Sr • rrrini 
tok Ss Sr • ronai ^a Ss Sr • rroot S*m Ss 
Ss by ■nSa • ottoa tfwi tft^tfl viSx • iit&ki 

t *- |v v _ : t -: - • v: t •• v: t • -;- 

• vt?H Ss by dvk : uhehb Ss by bvftti • D*sSa 
S3 by nw • utn S3 Sr on • mma S3 Sr xtij 

• ovroa S3 Sr aiaa • dwj S3 Sr xbo : a*xa 
nvnnS • ffiJlii D*ne> ra$ ■ bu*m* d»?? Sk b*3& 

• nSna p Sr ■ tfnabnj d*Ss# rcn • 0*313 sS 

t: t ; - t |~ ^- *t:v: » t : - • t : • •• 

f D^nS«3 ^iDa r« *3 • D^riSa S3 Sr ivSriw • dtiSk 
s o\iS«n vjSg ^Ss pfl * tfJinroa ^Sn jw : 
nrv©? pan nisjs # trsee ^703 a^atf w d?&# 

• D^TO TIT -)j53 ^3313 • D^32? ^P? nSS^iH 

nre • onroa ^atf d* nafefc ■ D^nS« *p S3 *jm 
px in^ : n • D^n2» t)3 nnnj • ffjfjtj ijp. ^81 aati 
o^SSna niamn Sai d^» • D^Sins vrM nw vn 

.;-; . T . ... t . ; . T * T .; 

Dg^S • dto d^is h^e^ro **jn^ S91 • D^Sras 
nnS • d^Sd^ 5 ) ehsIbj y^ d ^1 # D '^ ^ 1HR 



136 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

above all speech and gladness ; above all glory and 
shouting; above all strength and emulation; above all 
declaration and discourse ; above all music and harmony ; 
above all discourse and words ; above all caressing and 
adulation ; above all honour and respect ; above all unity 
and reverence ; above all taste and purity ; above all power 
and parable ; above all hymn and psalmody ; above all 
confession and thanksgiving; above all praise and laud; 
above all speech and knowledge; above all greatness and 
triumph ; above all utterance and blessing ; above all 
intention and eloquence ; Thou art the God of gods, and King 
over all kings; Ruler over all rulers; tremendous above 
all that are terrible ; feared above all that are dreadful ; 
extolled above all that are extolled ; majestic above all that 
are majestic ; lofty above all that are lofty ; exalted above 
all that are exalted ; the highest above all that are high ; 
yet thou, hast respect to the poor and abject; even those 
who are bowed down and bruised; to revive the heart of 
the oppressed, and those who are humble and broken-spirited, 
Therefore, Lord God, thou art great, and exalted above 
all gods ; for there is none like thee among the gods ; nor 
any besides thee among the terrestrial beings ; nor is there 
any accept thee, God of gods : the heavens and the 
heaven of heavens declare thy glory ; the ends of the earth 
cause thy praise to be heard ; the holy angels D^snttf sanctify 
thy holiness ; the rorriEn "ODIN bless thy glory ; the morning 
stars sing together, and all the angels shout for joy; the 
waves of the sea glorify thy name; the high mountains, 
and the trees of the forest, shout ; the rivers clap the hand ; 
the beasts of the earth, and every moving thing of the 
field, the whales, and all that are in the great abyss, and all 
who were formed at the creation, burst forth in praise to 
thy holy name, Omnipotent. They also all hope, and 



vol. ii. 18 









| ... t - • : • : - - • t -; - v t 

n!S b«n£ fggil *#l : dW& fttfl B®# ^fTD? '3 

• igfaK ^)?y on) • ^ntr® 1 ? nw tt9N& • ^pi?rfe 
cn\) • ^tf&firi n^'xn &np • ^jrp 1^1 ^s 

• ^vra D^mn • ^pa&Ka t3»|?3^J # *p$» T!3& |*H£ 

• grains? D'T&i-in • ^1!3 Q'ppijfii • ^rnin? Dntenn 

by D^pp$n • ^itjw by P^ipin • ^onipb D^jxnn 

D^npn ■ ^n&np nvt* by. tr*h onapsi vhl®\ tfsa&jl 

• ^TJ5 Wi| |*« b*$ nnxi • ^jng^ tid; • ynnv : 

• rti&? nbt na in® nw • ^b? j*k ^ ^pjK: DOT 
Tjnn^ • n^vib ^w nyj nsa • ne*»q nitefi "era 

• nppfflb lirrfh • r\vp vby wnai ♦ n^pni nann S^nS 

t | t •. : :-: T | T t^t t : .; t|t- t • ; •-: 

• ntfnn mb by maram • nBtoa ntfiro in^ro* 

t-:- ^- T-; t t: t • ; 

I • : t : | v v • -: - : t : •• ; t • i . 



137 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. ' 

wait on thee, to give them their proper food ; the terrestrial 
beings are all fed and cherished from thy liberal hand ; and 
the celestial beings are filled and satisfied from the splendour 
of thy glory ; for thy glory filleth heaven and earth. 
And who is like thy people, Israel, a singular nation in the 
earth? Who praise thy sovereignty? Who proclaim the 
unity of thy divinity ? Who bless the name of the glory of 1 
thy kingdom ? Who declare thy praise ? Who arrange 
supplication to supplicate thee ? Who chaunt sweet hymns 
to extol thee? Who prolong the song to reconcile thee? 
Who pour forth their speech to persuade thee ? They are 
thy people, and thy heritage, thy flock, and the sheep of 
thy pasture ; thy holy first-fruits, the first of thy creation, 
and thy peculiarly beloved people ; thine inheritance, and 
thy beautiful lot ; Israel is thy glory ; Jeshurun is thy 
chosen portion, who adhere to thy truth, who meditate in 
thy decree, who delight in thy law, who are employed in 
thy fear, who are continually engaged in thy service, who 
desire to enter the gates of thy house, who long to see thee 
in tlry holy temple, who delight to draw near to thee, who 
are slain for thy law, who are stoned for love of thee, who 
are burnt for thy testimony, who are strangled, slaughtered, 
drowned, hung up, and buried alive for testifying thy holy 
unity ; who are called thy congregation, the aim of thy 
creation. And thou art God! there is none great, like 
unto thee; and they are thy witnesses, that there is none 
besides thee. And what can the power of him who is born 
of woman, and formed from a fetid drop, avail ? Or how 
can he presume to seek thy power, to explain thy praise 
with his mouth, with words declare thy eternity, to pour 
forth prayer, to present his supplication and request ? For 
ke exists with difficulty, his way is crooked, his path is 
marred and destroyed, his sin is engraven on a tablet, and 
is plainly depicted ; he also passes by and flies away swiftly, 
expires and dies of debility, and his corpse is deposited in the 
grave, mouldering in the depths of the earth, covered with 



: *AM nvh rtnrr n*?an rbp 

• piston pa&a • nr^ D»3t#fci • n^ej ■sjBhn 

S : t t ••. : v v - : t •• -;- t •• ; t •• • t - : 

ngjj] rrfcfl • rvpx\ nny v d^vs;. rrw ■ n$ta n6& 

♦tan : to^ nitstoi^D ^an '3 ■ vis$ **onnS ran 
*\V rhu •wn ffbxf-Vgq * mn nam it '3 ^? 

: noti nana* *Ehn ngs enn • *an tiy wp • wn 

nan nnno neto ita • son nna on tsk dtk 

t • t ; t tt tt - v .. tt 

• vnnpD? h mat ■ inwaa sn shin • v^yja jn 
B^joe • innn n3TO»si sop ' vino? Kmj3 ppo 
iS nyti ♦ mrcte nianS iivd& * map mania no*yn 

v : t -; - : • : t : t; t ; t *• t 

• vrnx SdS tfxn *am • too iS n^n • vnaiya 

t-j t; : tt; t t ; ' ; 

ba rna • may Saa iS rrm ■ mxa ba A nxa 

t • : ~ tt*;t; v tt: t: - — 

• mmn yna ikwb • maia ia^va • vna*« 

t : • *- : . -. ■. T T . . . _. _ t t •• 

: rjwjD? inin^S fggpp • vniaaaa fosrb tfjapp 

Saa^ : maca f? nny nnx *bh ' hub) vby tti 

T . tt- "^ T - •■ t ; • t^t -; 

hburrb • vSy maeria aehn • vty Bhnna an ov 

* • I T ^T T "J - " T ^T """J" T 

ehn ^ci • vSynn ^dd| wjfcn 1 ? • r^uri rwx3 
n^ bni2 n^n • xhrb »its ^ns • v^x diS^S 

t : - : ^ • - t •• t s 

• v^nBfr nn^ nni3 • v^Sddi n^ d^dio • v^bo 

t • ; • - v * : - : t • | : t t =; ^ 



138 MORNING 8BRVICB FOB THB DAY OP ATONBMBNT. 

black darkness, hidden and bound in miry darkness : there 
he decays, withers, moulders, and rots: thus he dissolves 
in the parched earth, altogether covered with turpitude : 
how, then, can man presume in his loud and hasty prayer ? 
All this thou hast foreseen, nor is it possible to hide any 
thing from thy sight, or to conceal any thing from thy 
presence, because thine eye pervadeth all things ; it is well 
known to thee, that he [man] is formed of matter, he is 
vanity of vanities, he is a blasted leaf, he is dry stubble, he 
is an earthen potsherd ; of what account, then, is he ? his 
name is WIOA [feeble] ; for as his name is, so is he ; his 
name is DIN [man] for he is composed of dust, blood, and 
bile; he is called iron [flesh] consisting of shame, corruption, 
and worm; he is conceived in sin, and brought forth in 
iniquity ; and the imagination of his heart is evil from his 
youth, which imagineth evil in his dwelling, lieth in wait 
for him in his secret places ; he nestles as a serpent in his 
hidden places ; as a fly he enters the doors of his appartment, 
and with his filthy leaven causeth the dough to send forth 
a stinking savour; entices him to decline from the right 
path ; he continually troubles him ; is accounted as his 
enemy, for he is the principal of his adversaries, he troubles 
hiin in all his borders, hunts him on all sides, disquiets all 
his members, grieves him with his words, causes him to sin 
with his evil cogitations, causes him to stumble, so that he 
may fall in his net ; thinks to cast him into his deep pits, 
and besieges him in his vulnerable parts, were it not that 
thou dost help him against his adversaries. He also every 
day renews his attacks on him, to seek occasion against 
him, to fall upon him, to pervert him, and lead him into 
the perverse path, to make him trespass with his abominable 
trespasses, to embitter his life with his poisonous draught ; 
for he never seeks his peace, but lays snares for his feet, 
hides nets in his paths, puts stumbling-blocks in his ways, 
diggeth a pit in his road, to dishearten him, and multiply 



vp-ins)tf n^S \\ % ? tfafci hvrvb mp& p by ■ vtythri 

vS^rin sin:? i&rnb 1 ? Yvyxfa * v^iq N3 nw HJ 
n*£p:fe ftjFK b^»gi nSy™ teash rtirrpn irk 
"lira nrttn; ♦ rtkwi xb'? Wihi ns a»j) » rtkrcn 
n^n^ nn^pS nj pv $&$ • rbr\z> nito-n 1 ? 
nS^ng *pjfi ttnfh ■ n^nrni rrriha spjjtf **tak 

rtytib r^ ffi rnaib - n^n tcp^ ^itfife nnn^ 

n^pa mn T$8?fe nS^i rnn;: nrunitrS nn 1 ? 

• n^» ima dw b ^1 • rahp n\ nv nw hsn 

T • I • • T T ■ 

m^i • mnx ^ mix n^*» • mna trt» ^3fi 131 
nnn 20501 • pTw ia ani h utitq • %%*. ma jrt 

• ntpnj njnn Sj?! • jv#3 spyti ^rhp) • nro v^ 
I* Ptwn iaS -^pri d$0 giaiai • worn sp33 ^ 

onfJ n-n map • nprnn eye>3 yyrga rnpj pirrpi 
Dtftfi era* V3 *m • pfj ern« a rw 3x31 r mat 

• ri7?rin) lOFiriaari w$i • ns&n 11353 goto • riKfc) 
orgrm • ivsnn ^ creirri • ht-j; cnsy nsibS hfto 



139 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

his stumblings ; and as one who strikes the anvil with 
hammers and hatchets, so does he strike him ; therefore do 
they who speak in parables say, "woe to that house, whos3 
destroyers, and they that lay it waste, are the inhabitants 
of it I" How, then, shall he be justified by his works ? And 
what can he merit by his actions? For the spoiler hath 
entered his borders, to spoil him, and war against him by 
the multitude of his machinations; therefore didst thou 
hasten to prepare a healing medicine ; didst ordain a 
remedy for the faint and wounded ; didst prepare balm and 
a bandage for those whose wound has not been bound up, 
and didst produce a cure and plaister for the wound ; this 
day bast thou appointed for pardon and forgiveness, to enter 
thy gates with thanksgiving and praise, to come into thy 
presence with supplication, to make mention of those [our 
ancestors] who rest in the cave of nb*33E # that thou may est 
hearken to prayer in an acceptable time, to caise all shame 
and infamy to pass by, to make void all iniquity and folly, 
to cause righteousness and praise to spring forth, to 
demolish wrath, and to multiply pardon ; to take away the 
stumbling-block, and remove the snare, to clear the way, 
and to level the path, to give ablution and purity to those 
who return penitent, to cause deliverance and enlargement 
to arise, to cast iniquity into the deep abyss, and to pardon 
trespasses and presumptuous sins. This day also hast thou 
sanctified above all days ; thou hast exalted it, and chosen 
it above all days, and from its first formation didst thou 
choose it, and to the enlightened generation didst thou 
impart its power ; for on it didst thou pardon the sin of the 
golden calf; didst give the written tables ; to the meek 
(Moses) didst tell the good tidings, "I have pardoned 
according to thy word;" didst repent thee of the evil, hadst 
compassion on thy children, and as high as the heaven is 
above the earth, didst thou strengthen thy tender mercy to 
them, and as far as the east is from the west, so far didst thou 
remove their transgression ; didst remember the merit of the 
ancient patriarchs, and as a father to a son didst thou favor 
them ; thou didst raise their power above all people, didst 
exalt their horn in glory, didst lift them up from an humble 
estate, didst perform prodigies for their good, didst shew 

* See Gen. xxiii. 17. 



: itta dvS nnne> nSsn tip 

BjWI wwjh • rqxn Dpm? p3^j • n^ S3 pjr? 
« nx-u i&b pya pjn * ma trnna n^t man 

ntiaa Sk ^|T : pa - ra«w ttq? rani p» 

nirSp 1 ? tx#i * jpt^» dvh idids 1 ? rnitopn psa ■ ns^n 

♦ rvra ^ms vrto • fiiD* mix m&jki ■ wbfe> mix 

T .. |tt; t : • t : - • TT-; t;- 

vtfjijn • rtebs vnnnixi • n#Wi msn raroi 

T T ^: t;-" t t : - ; t ; - • ; T • t ; t;-t; 

nrtl * TH? vnnny •snsn • ft»p wiro-ipi • mb^s 

•: t . t t -: I *~s t : -J t t : :|t: t : - • 

vnwa tdi f rifinyn vnnian mai) • mso vrvwn 

t t -. •• •■ : t : -v:v t • - j • : t : - t t t-: 

♦ rotfri vnirrn vrp) • rwo vni^nto tin • Mom 
yw\ ♦ jjmd vrm vrvnim • m?d hs&z wtroiHi 

t^». r;-r t» t : t : - • v •• ; t ; : - : 

♦ nnin vti&t *gwi • mn vnray piSi ■ natn Tpaa 

t t t ; •• : t • • t t -: I •• : t : - • Jvv : 

♦ rnpn rnirn *??] • nsrnn rjjrnn f^j ■ rnpp cnix 
vrmil Ssi ■ nppn men Sni • ronn v^o bm 

T • r I '• \~ T T l % - T: T;-t t t ; • t i 

rchr\\ • wsPD ^o tarn ■ ntsnn noy ^ • ma 

•• t.. - x t t;-t it/' t; t { - t 

Dn^? trrj ' iy# mix ffMrf? #s<n - ms^ri Si^ 
dp • 9J5J5I mix d*tc*6 nip np| • n*Byj mix 

♦ nng> my wre6 pratf rtatf • 133*1 n V?^ ^¥ 
nim?S ■ ntrtg ngsS • nnp ^ \jrroS "1123 dp 

♦ d^hoj Tiri? • cx&n onnS • DTOte nW? ■ nun? 

• t -J •• t ; *■ T .... . 

• •• t .: • t j "••-:-; . T _... 

♦ a^h pnp 1 ? • D^nix n»i nvnb ■ d*# aS^'3 



140 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

and proclaim their love in the sight of all, didst long and 
desire to dwell, rest, and abide in the midst of their con- 
gregation ; thou didst make thyself visible unto them, and 
between the cherubim didst thou include thy glory, and 
over the mercy-seat didst thou spread thy glorious cloud, 
and didst appoint the cloud of incense to cover it this day. 
And from that time, didst thou appoint it for pardon, and 
for expiation ; and its precepts didst thou command ; and 
didst thrice write it in the law : its admonitions didst thou 
explain ; the punishment for breach of it didst thou reveal ; 
the number of its offerings didst thou determine ; the order 
of its services didst thou arrange; the acceptance of its 
sprinklings didst thou number ; the mixture of incense didst 
thou multiply ; # to the number of its orders didst thou add ; 
the cleansing of its ablutions didst thou count ; didst 
reckon its sanctified washings [of hands and feet] ; with 
understanding did3t thou mark its memorials ; its laws 
and confessions didst thou number ; its affliction didst thou 
note in thy statutes ; didst speak of the attire of the priests, 
in the white linen garments, and the golden garments ; didst 
explain the value of his garments ; didst instruct him in 
the change of garments ; all this didst thou impart to thy 
holy ones ; all its laws didst thou also make known, its 
precepts didst thou search, its judgments didst thou decide, 
its statutes didst thou engrave, its decrees didst thou 
decree, all its subjects didst thou pen, its lot and portion 
didst thou adorn and beautify above all, didst appoint it 
for freedom to the bruised, didst mark it for liberty to the 
captives, didst ordain it for perfect freedom to the bounden ; 
this tenth day of the month didst thou fix for Israel : thou 
didst appoint it the most solemn day of rest, to those who 
rest on the sabbath ; didst give the day of atonement to 
those who bestow charity ; to expiate iniquities, to blot out 
presumptuous sins, to destroy transgressions, to make an 
end of sins, to cleanse the defiled, to clear away the spots, 
to wash clean the filthy, to make the scarlet sins as white 
as snow, to make the red sins as white as wool, to purify 
the guilty, cleanse the sinners ; the trespasses vanish and 
the trespassers are pure : thus remission is granted to 



• Because on that day the high priest took his hand full of incense. 
(See Lev. xvi. 12) 



: ni£2 cvS mns? nSsn Map 

onriiy TjniK nxT.31 • DHainw tfTSRfrJ * P*TI$? 

♦ dT&bj h^t©* * Dnsrn n^ra ■ DHpiy rtfcf^ 

♦ tjrjrpp nS sjasgi tpiprij ♦ d*t$& ^n^nvi ' anripo 
■^rnp rg$*p# Tjp s nnnTtfi • b^g^i y\& j Qfassfc 
nrrqg Sid • p^Jngo eto$p tfjpn ritytyp * P*TO$? 

: cnixpi ny hi* • nninp iptf^ * QHinj?? eton 

♦ Draa D^n| • d^ ninx in* f ®ffl& tf&x ^5.1 

_. T « -. | v T . ..... .... • t : ' \ * : 

♦ 0*3$| ltfS#e nin&S^ • dtw : 15125 PitHfif? 
*3 ■ D^yjp rrfc> Dnp p?gr6 • D7iJJ®& Dgjg Td^h 

t : • ; - v t : • •• *•■ : -• - v • t -; 

n^6 * pTi ^S3 ppe^ * D'ini ^sa S^vn 1 ? 

• t : • v v • t ; • • : ■ • : • : t ; 

cn&y Dnut?p tfpnpta • D^vsn npv tSp *P?£6 



141 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

the fraternal nation [Israel], and pardon to the perfect 
congregation. This day also thy people are united, they 
assemble in thy presence to supplicate thee, and to attract 
thy divine presence among them, they are assembled and 
detained to serve thee in fear, for they stand in dread, and 
praise thee in terror ; they also confess their transgressions, 
they bow down, and worship ; they bend the knee, and 
prostrate themselves on the earth to thee ; they hasten to 
thy gates ; they are all united, to acknowledge thy unity, 
to testify thy holiness, bear witness of thy faithfulness, 
declare thy righteousness ; they do not deny thy mercy and 
truth ; they stand and pray unto thee, and continually 
praise thee, from the time of the rising of the sun, until its 
setting ; they have prepared five forms of prayer, including 
the prayer of yesterday ; according to the service of the five 
sacrifices ; they praise thy name with all their strength and 
might ; they fast and afflict themselves ; fathers and children, 
great and small, young and old, all supplicate, and crave 
thy mercy ; they praise and entreat thee, Lord of 
lords, to redeem them from the weight of their iniquities; 
and to cause their transgressions to vanish as the clouds ; to 
have respect to their prayer from the heavens, to hearken 
to the words of their cry, for they are poor and needy ; they 
seek protection in thy shadow, shield themselves under thy 
wing, hide themselves in thy covert, and depend on thee ; 
and as the eyes of men-servants look unto the hand of their 
piasters, and as the eyes of a maid-servant unto the hand of 
her mistress, so do they look unto thee ; to enlarge their 
redemption, to wash them from the ill savour of their 
shame, to sink their presumptuous sins in the depth of the 
sea, to silence their accusers, to strike the informers dumb, 
to cause those who sharpen the arrows and spears to return 
the sword to its scabbard, to strengthen the upright and 
pure advocates, and to rebuke the accusers, who contend 
with them ; for they prepare the order of forgiveness, direct 



: niM dvS rmw nSan nop 

|2dx^ mW xte • d % 5B1k nraj nfcyy ^ wi* 

| t v: v : t : - • f -; • : • •• : w 'i t ; 

f% dj? YJ3T? * D ^? ^R. ^n n ? TO83 • own? 
Tun ■ dosmi nbbsr\b D3 dvh Sdi * mb Sk ms 

I •.•*••: • t v: v : •::-;• t - t : • t • t 

niHhw vb maiS # wna Trip™ • D^&to *n\ 

• mna fc>*ha djW? ■ own tfnp tm * dwk 

nm$h ! d*J9*> nnpio cna p$b * brrftttf mab 

• DW3 orvatf tb>piS ' D^v«ao dS^pi 1 ? ■ d^ vta 

• 071*933 njirjpo arte • own nam? cr? 1 ?? 1 ? 

Dwa • vmby an* Bhip *mm ■ D*$eW bra t#3 
nr atop? # tfJj?3 ^ &H5S 1 ? *ig>$ - 0*321 pn?n *a 
ypt/&_ ■ d^tbt] d»jbei d*?d vw * tfjin&D? nib 

• crjfcM jtt{ }iy T Mferp *p&3 W ♦& • d*m£ bhk| nwh 

• d^tj ib np3^ cjjn npte * tfiagj *J8?3 v&s W *W! 

• dtp^r *ptf*!j?!1 • M?n vrfSx •# nag n?\xi : 

nkfen • sfttshr Q % j3^n • ^bix : trtni • ^7?! 

• sjtmpcc trpsa • sfnrg cnp; • sparse! crjine 



142 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

the prayer of reconciliation, and the covenant of the 
thirteen attributes, which thou in a vision didst teach to the 
faithful [Moses], when thy glory did pass by him, when 
thou didst commune with him face to face ; all this day 
they repeat them [thy divine attributes], and diligently 
recite the order of confession, speak of thy righteousness, 
beseeching thee to remember to them the piety of the three 
patriarchs, and the day of their sanctified espousals [when 
the law was given], to deliver them from the venom of the 
adder,* to free them from the rigour of affliction, to deliver; 
them from the bruises of the dragons, to bring them up, 
from the pit of torment, to loosen them from the fetters of 
their adversaries to rid them of the reproach of the 
presumptuous, to deliver them from the proud, to cause them 
to return as the doves, to deliver them from the punishment 
of men [hell], from the flaming turning sword, and from 
the piles of burning fire, flaming coals, sparks, and pillars 
of smoke, that they may praise thee, like him [David] who 
praised the on the instrument called shoshanim. And, 
when the myraids of the holy heavenly hosts shall see that 
thou hast justified thy children, who are thy purchased 
servants, they will assuredly look at each other with 
amazement ; and their numerous bands and hosts will audibly 
proclaim, in eloquent language, Who is like unto thee, 
God, who pardonest the iniquity of the faithful seed, 
and passest by the transgression of the amiable plants? 
They will answer, Happy the people who are thus ; they will 
sing, Happy the people whose God is the Lord ; the celestial 
beings shall sanctify thee, and the terrestrial beings shall 
reverence thee. Then shall the mighty angels excellently 
adore thee, the lightning angels bless thee, bands of angels 
ascribe greatness to thee, burning angels seek thee, multitudes 
of angels glorify thee, the powerful angels thank thee, the 
pure angels, make mention of thee, the hosts of angels ascribe 
strength to thee ,the clean angels reason of thee, the honourable 
angels acknowledge thy unity, the strong angels acknowledge 
thy sovereignty, the flaming angels love thee, the tuneful 
angels praise thee with music, the seraphim praise thee, 
the vigilant angels extol thee, the wonderful angels glorify 
thee, the host of angels, praise thee with cymbals, the swift 

* This denotes the place of punishment called Hell j and which is again 
[mentioned under the name of Topheth. 



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naxi ni Sk n; Nnpi • w*aa t by awaa 

- t : v v t t | t : | v • : - *- t - 

: ttq| fTJtfr^a xS? nianv jj Bhnp chnjj tfrrg ^ 

DIDO JTX • HtS HI nftxitf Vm#B • dSw tfbfc TTO3 

I : V T • -J T : t ; T * •• T ; 

#$ did anas DT6 ■ nn m pri rrc#. are Sk 
Dno • rffft Db> bpetoi DJ72 dj • ron *$ja by 

♦ nrn *a$n rnyp by. ^bri * owrj sryn rmnr? rm 
nx 13 ^ binan dj nj • Win nx *ryp iflte* d*]D 
b« pfiB; Dj;tp • nnn B*fljj D^pa bn crib i* • mri 

: win an£ d?& ftr Dn& • nnn tb^i 

astftf ftW? d^ • nn bs np^n iti *?ft b pb 

^bnna S»J I? bftp •mi by. fcpNfci vbx rq#j 
Dn-na naa rs • rrnn yysn m ^3 by dto • rtrft 

. I T T •/. . ..... ^_ ... ... _ T 

?3 Dip • r*n& ftai ^d vr# BJQ • un pr *ft 

• ijh D!0 *Jf by cjipi dto im • nnn ^ NTK 
pp nan dto • nnn ng xb:)b ipjrft dp aft pcfttf 

: ore ^ nisi 

tTDj^ pK • m*l fl&#J 1*SHQ *]gfc bs pb prn fep 

: rum en ina« 



143 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

cmgels sanctify thee, myriads of angels exalt thee, the D^MU* 
praise thee, the caperm continually praise thee with a 
threefold sanctification. 

mrD3 As it is written by the hand of thy prophet, and 
one [angel] called unto another, and said. 

WMp Cong. — Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of Hosts, the 
whole earth is full of his glory. 

1TDD His glory filleth the universe and his ministering 
angels enquire of each other, Where is the place of his 
glory ? whilst they alternately proclaim, Blessed. 

b« With abundant wisdom did God create the wind, 
even before he hastened on the cherub and on the wings 
of the wind : he hath also limited the wind ; before he speaks, 
the wind, with expedition, performs his command; before 
the wind was let loose from its confines, did he not restrain 
it from being too boisterous ? In the great sea, he cast the . 
wind, so that before the floods stood as a wall, they were 
heaped up by the wind. God speaks the word, and the 
wind is stilled : before the waters flow, he causeth the wind 
to blow. 

pb Therefore is every spirit committed into his hand 
every night, before the spirit returns unto him ; he breathed 
the living spirit into him who was formed in his image : 
before the soul and spirit were infused in him, God formed 
a path for him in the garden he had planted, where he 
walked in the cool of the day. Before he caused a wind to 
pass over the earth, he said, Because of the rebellious, my 
spirit shall not contend with man. Before they cried out, 
and said unto the Lord, Depart from us, they were deprived 
of the spirit ; before any thing was created, he was called the 
God of the spirit ; before the wind moved upon the face of 
the waters, he did not delegate the power of controlling 
the wind to any creature ; before the Psalmist said, Where 
shall I go to avoid the evil spirit ? 

pb Therefore shall every thing, in whose nostrils is the 
breath of life (for verily in man is the living spirit), praise 
and glorify God, the Creator of the spirit, as the 7Vr\ and 
pIM [names of angels] do, at the time the spirit enters 
into them. 



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5 nax' ^13 anay 1 ? • 11133 

• trtjrrs ||' *nn iwpqe ; iDipaa « 1133 ^3 s* P 
d^s?3 Tan dv Sas ipiai 3*&*ib0 onfvjan ay. pg' 

rnm $ nwnp rm# • ^ b ^3 $bt& n# 

5#| • e>$ ♦*# »T»nj3 wrsi^ nix * srsj f?a Tjanan 
*f#j n<? Syi3 ^ ^ • Bte£ niD d? njn *&3 

nNtsn jijj n^naa no'o • tfsjn iwv» E£U Sao 

nsa ififiBfi • pain rw ^ ipe^ rr# ^ p 1 ? •*? 

• b^ nnxa •$ me^ri Sa -tit • e?§j «a &^> 
r&? pni jisoti • e'sj s:at? Saa W-nnrt pint? 
Wtu$> »3«>) • etyn nvna mintoi nar • e>ej b nn 

• tf$& ywvi ta^ -n^a t&r; • ^sjS iaxn 
cs^na H531 na • b'sj nyt& m ;vri <ahn 
Sk y^» • tfsan cna j%i i6j£> tjaa i» • ^ 

Ton ^ar nrr* • rgj ^, -^ ^ £ t, 3? ^ 

: t?S3n nx if? a^x tr • ineh t$: 



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144 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

1T13D" His glory fillefh the universe, and his ministering 
angels enquire of each other, Where is the place of his 
glory ? whilst the"y alternately proclaim, Blessed. 



"jro Cong. — Blessed is the glory of the Lord, from the 
place of his residence. From the place of his residence may 
he regard with mercy, and be gracious to a people, who 
evening and morning daily proclaim the unity of his name, 
by repeating twice every day, continually, with fervent love, 
and say, SDK?. 

Tttn Every soul continually lodgeth in thy hand ; the 
soul confesseth its ignorant and presumptuous sins unto 
thee; thou who art most holy, didst desire to grant 
redemption to the soul, that every soul might bless thee ; 
the fast thou didst choose, didst thou call an affliction for, 
the soul ; transgression without correction, is not good for 
the soul ; all labour and work cannot satisfy the soul ; the 
covered members are occupied by the living soul; the 
shriek of the soul, when departing/rm the body, is hidden 

from all ; death purifieth the iniquity of the sin of the soul. 

■ 

pb Therefore, in every distress, will I pour out my soul 
unto thee, that thou wilt deliver our soul, as the bird escapeth 
out of the snare ; all the souls together are considered by 
thee but as one soul ; thou hast admonished thy pure ones 
not to defile the soul ; at the time that the soul renders an 
account in judgment, if the soul be pure and clean, God 
says to the soul, Eeturn to thy rest ; then verily, will the 
soul be bound in the bundle of life ; thus will it be with 
those who seek the meditation of the law, that quieteth the 
soul. But when the soul of the Heathen or Gentile departs, 
their souls will be slung out, as out of the middle of a sling ; 
therefore, unto thee, God, I lift up my soul in truth. 



pb Therefore, with all my heart, and with all my might, 
and with all my soul, will I continually proclaim and make 
mention of thy unity, morning and evening, until I render 
my soul unto thee. 

TOL. II. 19 



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y$t r • v$p Dnri^n ay. prn ■ D^jm? p* kvi iaipg© i» 
: onsrc y&? # nnri«3 tfjjs® tan w Sm nj?i3i 

tfriSij xnn in** : nnx * wriSx * Sirtp y&# Sn ? 
varp? «#«£ ron) • uy:&?i& xnn ujf?a x^n lyjx ron 
: D'nV? djS nvrr? V S| *nk n'}# 

nfenj©3 vh Y^ao '3 nnn • nfc>3 S3 K3; ^jjg v^s 
\iSx Kin nr.K$ • nfc>3 S3 nn mdnb to • ita 

v: t - v t t t v: V I : t ; t t 

jrn • nb>3 nan ^n nsnS Da ■ ne>3 S3S nirrnn 

^- tt • r • J , " ttt: t 

met pjn rvntfns md# nn • ifea nwwbh Kin ns 

Sy_ ^pfj?3 xSn pn • nba ^ d^3 W931 j^»j5 • nfe>3 

: ^ n&n ^ mam ni3. n« • to* nx&n 

TTT"' ;• T TT 

nS TJT1 ^f?-? • T9 *TO «S) bwj ^JT3 pS) ^ 

♦ ne>3 S3S nirrnn *riStf ron row n? • nfea *jh3 

T T T ; T •• v: T - V T T ■» • : 

• ne>3 n«nj5 *m S3 1 ? *n • nfca S3 1 ? DnS jnu) ^jiy 
rra NSBft mn& • ita* my man D^yi *rti ra» 

... ••-; tt:t tt w t;-t; v^v; • t : - • 

ens SS* ♦ nfea »iso nfcaS *ik xh ^^ * **a 

•T — t TT "I* tt: 1" t t tt 

tqs iw • nb>3 S3 Sy «v ™ • *ife>3 03 naDi «g»# 

; ttt ^- v: V I ^v •" tt t -t; ^: _ t 

S3 1 ? xsna ^m -waf? •<i@ S3 *p?! ^p a# 

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145 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT?. 

Wip»» From the place of his residence may he regard 
with mercy, and be gracious to a people, who evening and 
morning daily proclaim the Unity of his name, by repeating 
twice every day continually, with fervent love, and saying 



WW Cong.— Hear, Israel, the Lord is our God, the 
Lord is one. Our God is a Unity ; he is our Father, our 
King and our Saviour; and through his infinite mercy will 
cause us to hear the second time in the sight of all living, the 
expression, "to be your God." 

•r^W Unto thee all flesh shall come to address thee, 
because thy works are not as the works of flesh; the spirits 
of all flesh shall be gathered into thy hand; for thou art 
the God of the spirits of all flesh ; worms also proceed from 
abundant flesh. An evil mouth causeth the flesh to sin. 
When the generation that was destroyed by the flood was 
corrupted, and committed lewdness oj flesh, thou wast wroth 
and didst say, For that he also is but flesh. Verily, when 
thou art wroth for the. sins of flesh, mayest thou, who 
art our Creator, assuredly remember that they are but\ 
flesh. 



obi Therefore, I would rather fall into thy hand, than 
into the hands of flesh ; for the appointment of thy judgment 
is not as that of flesh ; it is thou who art the Orod ot 
the spirits of all flesh ; thou preparest and givest food to all 
flesh ; thou, living God, hast called all the living, flesh ; 
thou hast formed them of nerves and bones, and covered 
them with skin and flesh; those who are clean are defiled 
by a piece of flesh of the dead; therefore, woe to the flesh 
that does not preserve its purity ; the sound of the howling 
of our enemies hath caused our flesh to tremble; may thy 
tenderness be moved towards all flesh; thy glorious holy 
name shall be blessed by all flesh ; the instruction ol thy 
law healeth all flesh. 



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hs wv rvyp $£ft$$P * T? ba n^T ^fjftl 

T T 

n*i uaffc nvi wp$ n*i wribg k«i nnx 

♦ *n S3 % yjk m& vwift W^Pt- K ^ * SEP* 

•• r: t: • -; • •• v t ; • 

♦ pan b:>3 typ vix na wyn$ * utjk ¥ffe 1* 
nna * pt;t tfinrr ova • p«H ^ by ^b&b * hjrn 

t r t: v : • - I v t t t *- |v v j t: •< t : 

t t : 

na • "spsa ij |^ *3 *fr • ttjng ^ # wjjvx nn.3 

nn «TW * Wig V: * ^2j? ^#b ^ nt ? : ^\W Wfc 

♦ ujr*} \] • usba biy • sjrp : Tfptf I* 5 ?* n& • ^biy:? 
ynn spafc : •$& tw n& • ^^nb vr\*\ uab 
rig na ♦ ■fwyno T8? ^793 • ujhk 2 • ^Ski 

♦ ^?>b mm «ja • «jr« 5 • ti»i?i ^TSJ? : ^S> 
rabbiy 1M • ttjna; j} • x$tf[ ¥ft|( : ^ iN* na 
•?|^nn • S#h£ * • ti6^fl Wpip : ^0 *nx np • ^ 

♦ * ujunn Sip y»^ I* : ^ T*S n& • ysm ttftp; 



146 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

•pb Therefore, at the time thou shalt pour forth thy 
spirit on all flesh, the manifestation of thy glory will be 
seen by all flesh ; and when thou shalt cause us to hear the 
second time, I am your God, all flesh shall be silent. 

im Our God is a Unity ; he is our Father, he is our 
King, he is our Saviour ; and through his infinite mercy will 
cause us to hear the second time in the sight of all living, the 
expression, "to be your God."— Gong. I am the Lord 
your God. 

13-rnw -vhn Our Lord, and most mighty God, how 
excellent is thy name in all the earth. The Eternal shall be 
King over all the earth; in that day the Lord alone shall 
be acknowledged, and his name shall also be one. 

t»b« Our eyes look unto thee, Eternal, our Lord; 

thou art blessed in the congregations of thy people; how 

e-lorious is thy name. Redeem us the second time from those 

who afflict us. Eternal, our Lord, who dwellest in thine 

exalted heavens, how glorious is thy name. Lo, we praise 

thee Eternal, our Lord ; and who is like thy people, 

who'extol thy name 1 How glorious is thy name. Remember 

the covenant of our ancestors, Eternal, our Lord. 

Thou alone, art the living God; for no stranger is associated 

with thee. How glorious is thy name. thou who art pure, 

redeem us for the sake of thy name, Eternal, our Lord. 

thou, who alone judgest thy world, how glorious is thy 

name. Thy power, our King, shall be magnified. 

Eternal, our Lord, our heart is devising how to extol 

thee. How glorious is thy name. With thv mighty arm 

hast thou redeemed us from Noph [Egypt], Eternal, our 

Lord • we therefore will praise thee, as the mighty angels ol 

heaven. How glorious is thy name. Strengthen and support 

us Eternal, our Lord ; answer us, and we will praise thy 

name How glorious is thy name. Raise us up, and 

establish us, Eternal, our Lord; may thy mercy precede 

thine anger. How glorious is thy name. Hear the voice ol 

our supplication, Eternal, our Lord; thou art extollec 

by those who have been carried by thee from the womb 

How glorious is thy name. 



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* TT$1 ^? ^0 y ™ n P ^OT^ J PTTO tw r«i 
T$ :: rp3? R«3 m*a ■ pan S| Sr ^ ; r\\7}) 

: nbaS w\| ^jrjp Tjrj^ j nmc i&# 

tf^pD ^rjjj dti*? nvj^ sfr-jj t?I3 mn\ *nfc im 

T l T : . » 

3p?'> Tie ♦yg'i) Tfe ^s fr p*© pga : DT>n a ? -in? 
my : t3£?«n ^n bsetea tijj^j • bse-di pin -m 

• ujj-jp n«#»_ ng ja» • ajng p* nan* «£> -iiar 

CTTJ? "2 • UJTf> jJTj£ (DWI »':) DVN K*jtT D*n Wdp* 

W#». ^. ' «£&*$ :: ^ ehpn? pai : vijn^? ovn 
nan :nvSs e^-iD [man • m^ <t#s -nan 



147 MORNING SBRVICB FOR THB DAY OF ATONBMBNT. 

-pa? Thy name, Omnipotent, we love with all our 
heart; we all together sing thy unity. 

YTivtN i^TH Our Lord ! and most mighty God ! how 
excellent is thy name in all the earth ! The Eternal shall be 
king over all the earth ; in that day the Lord alone shall be 
acknowledged, and his name shall also be one. And in thy 
holy word, it is written, saying, The Lord will reign for 
ever ; thy God, Zion, unto all generations. Hallelujah. 

-mb Throughout all generations will we declare thy 
greatness, and for ever, and to all eternity, will we sanctify 
thy holiness ; and thy praise, our God, shall never depart 
from our mouth, for thou art an Omnipotent King great 
and holy. 

bran have compassion on thy works, and rejoice in 
them ; and suffer those who trust in thee, when thou hast 
justified those who have been borne by thee, to say, Lord ! 
be thou sanctified over all thy works. 

-fBTHpE *0 For those who sanctify thee, hast thou 
sanctified with thv holiness ; and praise is comely to the Holy 
One from those who are sanctified. If there is not an advocate 
for us, to oppose him who reports our transgressions, do thou 
instruct Jacob thy word, thy statute, and judgment, and 
justify us in judgment, thou Ring of judgment. Our Lord 
will yet remember in favour of us, the love of the valiant 
(Abraham), and for the sake of the son (Isaac) who was 
bound, will he put aside our adversaries ; and tor the merit 
of the perfect (Jacob), will the tremendous God bring iorUi 
judgment to righteousness ; for this day is holy to our Lord. 
And thus may thy name, Lord our God ! be sanctified over 
thy people Israel, Jerusalem thy city, Zion the tabernacle 
of thy glory, the kingdom of the house of David, thine 
anointed, and thine establishment and temple. 

"YHsn Who is excellent in the highest heavens; wl 
searcheth the thoughts and the reins; who fortelleth th< 
prodigies from the beginning ; who judgeth his creatures ir 
righteousness ; who existed prior to all beings ; who exists.. 



: tim dvS nrw nSsn mp 

\>99 rap? Dnwg ti • TWH '^1 D 'P n - n ^ 1T W£ 

•nnj ipptf : ^y^'Q nib's Dn^j?^n5 u-n w?# 
: ^ja? nm nw n^n nnS • Y#*# % *^1 !W 
31 TpiRie crp? • TV1 n P^l !| n 9$ |fy? WE 

• &3iB> Spi nfcn Tj?| WT : tJO^TJR^ ft? ^ ^33 

: d^Sdh ^Sa *Sa nyS D&innfi • mS& Sdi 

• t : - ■• : - J v v ^- t t : • • t : t : 

M5 raj ir|iy ^# • &1>J DPP ^ ^ ^9 Sn ? 
tpyr$ • Y^ n P rwge 3yi wai ^ : piti 

: • t | v v | v t| : • • • ..» t : 

^>p : ihffii pB^| &WT ^^85 r ^7| * EHtiP 

: ^nai bna Toan "sita nSo • S^nn* ny 1 ? iimi my 

T "\ ; T T - |V V TV T - : • ^-T • : *. 

NhfCi b^$ dttd • pan hk^j ln^nfi *rju ^ 

■ma • navpi n ptf r« v^T-fr ^9 : p* *&h 
it, onn w# *nS& : N3tt *s*n* nsnn ton? 

*! I5PQ i?Q ' ^1? " ^ *TR£ DHintp • Tiyn 
^Sp : Bnp mrna ^S nniji^ d^t • vhpz -nx) 
^>np na^n Sb tip? 'aWi • m9?n oSiyb * naxi 

it; Wy • T ; - T w : T . ....... 

miin vnnjn • onaro tub pi* T&rc ^ : n^ 

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151 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

•splendid sparks, and the thundering orbs, fear thee ; tht 
rocks were split, because of thy wrath, thou living God. 
The swift lightnings, who obey thy command, fear thee, 
saying. Behold, we are ready to go on thy mission at thy 
command. The cherubs and ophanim, and thousands of 
D^Mttf [angels] fear thee; even those who are as splendid 
as the flaming spear, and the sharp arrows,. Those who 
dwell under the vault of heaven, and they who inhabit the 
adhering clods of earth, fear thee ; the flowing waters, and 
the running brooks, flee at thy rebuke. Thy peculiar lot, 
and beautiful heritage, feareth thee ; thy people, with a pure 
heart, prepare to meet thee. Every prince, ruler, and judge, 
feareth thee, as do the sheep of thy hand [Israel], when in 
judgment this day. The master and the servant, the king 
and his army, the young man and the maiden, the weak 
and he who graspeth the two-edged dagger, all fear thee ; 
earldoms and all kingdoms fear thee ; thou shalt be exalted 
for ever, King, who art, the King of kings. 

pni Therefore, who would not revere thee, King, &c. 

ibn Thou art the King, who searchest the most hidden 
secrets ; thy name shall be praised, thou most wise in 
secret counsel. King, myriads are the chariots of thy 
holy hosts: they who are near thee [Israel], say, God! 
thou art tremendous from thy holy residence. Thou art 
the King who formed all things for thy glory ; they who are 
preserved as the apple of the eye [Israel], know thy wonderful 
works. Thou, most strong and mighty King, shalt be 
praised for ever. King of glory, thou shalt be magnified 
and praised eternally. Thou art the tremendous King, thy 
praise filleth the earth ; thou art most high and holy, terrible 
to the kings of the earth. Thou art the King whose 
greatness is unsearchable and unlimited ; may he cause us to 
hear, in his temple, the good tidings of the restoration of 
the glory of his host [Israel]. Thou art the King, whose 
hand is strong, and thy right hand is highly exalted ; the 
pure ones extol thee, saying. The Lord is good for a strong 
hold, 'fhou King, and Omnipotent God, art excellent in 
holiness ; the pure shall worship thee, in holy attire, 
Eternal. Thou art King ; thy truth, Lord, is eternal ; 
praise ye the Lord, on the ten-stringed instrument ; let every 
thing that hath breath, praise the Lord. Thou art the King 
who speaketh righteousness, and declareth rectitude; thy 



: "laa nth nnnc nSsn dw> 

ari Djtt nn?a Dj3pn ■ ttjfltpfl trpr^ ^ pan 
neri • DyiTp] pan nrcj? ^rron : orSeri 
nwiija ijgro nix SSiun : cavna nis>sn Dnaa 
n&* Dips 1 ? dnsiti : Darn jrrp* WK fan? ' mp 
: D)f» pf^gJl naa Dppi DjjTi • Dyson Sin] 
t* 10S raw ^n : Dsnn nm &*jn o^an ttnpfcri 
bspsri ■ 091M9 nia99j row? Dnn pjwi : D3K 
y^S rxhw Sa pft : oniD nijrf? wrn Eftcp 
vamn : Dyapni, DB^n *pini : j*jj ^wjn ■ Drsrn 
nirrcnsa cyae^ D39iDn # oarv vSr l 5^G npfto 
jnun Daa?6 * l JTO v*p:S pnj tpteg : txfyfh ^3 

♦ D^aawS nrrSp pyn * pyypk dj#? fchpfpa rnp 
: oa^BhnS Am oninB mpnta Dnn&an aan*nb 
^neJ^ 1^95 P 1 ? ' d?^ tng»$b tos^S ikiji fjiag pn 

: Datpjin 3 ttyi p?8 

*&an ^33 *3 nn*o ^ *3 DW ^5 ^«T *6 *d pai 

: *8 1331 

maa ^ : ^3 T n ? fc # T9^ T ^ *Q Sn? 
<ani *& • f^k«| "mn '9 J ^rMH3 ^n t> • ^13 
mna "$ # ^g&n ppn *p - ^\rbu ttai % o • TflW? 

♦ yy m a paia ^ : fprrj aer tt * ^jP'P3t?3 

♦ ^npia pa? *9 # fl^* D1 ^ ' a : V&* ^aiS *d 



149 MORNING BBRVICB FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMEKY. 

pan Who formed the vaults of the heavens, and limited 
them; who meted them with a span, and joined them with 
the clods of the earth ; who created the ends of the earth, 
and enlarged them; who appointed their measure, and 
hewed their pillars ; who causeth light and darkness alternately 
to recede in the paths of their line ; who breaketh the 
waves of the seas, and subdueth their power; who forced 
them into the place he founded for them, and encompassed 
them with sand ; who gathered and assembled them together 
as a heap, and formed the abyss ; and caused them to 
bring forth whales, the bird of prey, and fish in abundance ; 
who ordaineth and giveth them their proper food; who 
strengthened the mountains and hills, and causeth them 
to bring forth fruit ; who formed creatures, and wild 
beasts to feed on their fatness ; who prepared all their 
boundaries of the earth, and established them; who hath 
appointed the revolutions of the seasons, of summer and 
winter ; who strengthened those who hope in him, who 
cast their burthen upon him; who supporteth them, and 
satisfieth them in the severest drought, that they may 
not suffer hunger ; who giveth food to those who revere 
him, to relieve them from affliction; who giveth liberal 
showers of the first rain, and the latter rain, in their season ; 
who prepareth forgiveness for the backsliders, that the} 7 
may return; who cleanseth them with the sprinkling of 
clean water, that they may dwell in his shadow ; who 
prepareth his throne for judgment, to restore his people ; 
therefore shall the many isles rejoice when he reigneth, 
and they [Israel] are again settled securely. 

pm Therefore who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ! for it appertained unto thee ; because among 
all the wise men of the nations, and in all their kingdoms, 
there is none like thee. 

pni Therefore who, &c. 

*B Who is excellent besides thee ? Who is blessed except 
thee ? Who is mighty like thee? Who is conspicuous 
among his hosts f as thou art ? Who is gloriously praised as 
thou art ? Who is immutable as thou art ? Who is righteous 
besides thee ? who is strong except thee ? Who is as 
pure as thine establishment ? Who is feared as thy unity ? 
Who can subdue wrath as thou in thy mercy? "Who is 
clothed as thou art in thy pure garments ? Who is exalted 



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150 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

besides thee ? Who can establish his throne opposite thee ? 
Who can mete, as thou metest? Who can counsel to do 
according to thy works? Who can work according to thy 
wonders? Who can shade (protect) as thou dost with thy 
shield ? Who can reach the end of thy holiness ? Who can 
be satisfied with thy praise? Who can make known thy 
praise ? Who can complete thy glorification ? 

pit Therefore, who would not, &c. 

wb Thou didst not assuredly promise any good to Israel, 
which thou didst not perform; thy praise is continually 
declared in the mouths of all. Thou didst not say, Seek 
ye me in vain ; thy name is a tower of strength to those 
who flee towards thee. The mighty waves cannot break the 
bounds thou hast set them ; they swell and toss themselves ; 
but in vain do they dash themselves to break thy stated 
bounds. It is not a vain thing to keep thy charge ; for the 
truth (thy word) is certain and established for ever and ever. 
Thou didst not say that thou wouldst blot out the name 
of those who adhere to thee; their soul thirsteth for the 
pleasant embrace of thy right hand. Thou wilt not pardon 
the blood of thy pious servants, that hath been spilt; a 
peaceable visitation hast thou promised to those who know thy 
secret. Thou didst not despise thy word to lie as man ; the 
testimony of thy word is established in heaven ; it will never 
fail. Thou didst never take delight in the wicked ; thy 
secret . place is a refuge to lodge thy people in for ever. 
Thou didst say, " It is not good for man to be alone ; 
thou who art Omniscient, exaltation appertained to thee 
only. The righteousness of thy judgments didst thou not 
make known to any ; the blotting out of transgression didst 
thou make known to this people [Israel]. Thou wilt not 
deal with us according to our sins, thou who art clothed 
in righteousness, but wilt respect our secret prayer this day, 
as the ascending smoke of the finest beaten incense, 

pm Therefore, who would not revere thee, &c. 

*7hn , » Yea, they fear thee, Lord, who hast made all 
things for thine own sake ; thou art magnified and exalted 
exceedingly by the power of thy works. Every thing beneath 
thee feareth thee, most High ; the glory of thy resting- 
place is conspicuous in the highest heavens. The multitude 
of vigilant angels, who stand around thee, revere thee, and 
chaunt songs, when renewed in thy sparkling river. The 






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151 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

-splendid sparks, and the thundering orbs, fear thee ; tht 
rocks were split, because of thy wrath, thou living God. 
The swift lightnings, who obey thy command, fear thee, 
saying, Behold, we are ready to go on thy mission at thy 
command. The cherubs and ophanim, and thousands of 
D^DMDtz? [angels] fear thee; even those who are as splendid 
as the flaming spear, and the sharp arrows,. Those who 
dwell under the vault of heaven, and they who inhabit the 
adhering clods of earth, fear thee ; the flowing waters, and 
the running brooks, flee at thy rebuke. Thy peculiar lot, 
and beautiful heritage, feareth thee ; thy people, with a pure 
heart, prepare to meet thee. Every prince, ruler, and judge, 
feareth thee, as do the sheep of thy hand [Israel], when in 
judgment this day. The master and the servant, the king 
and his army, the young man and the maiden, the weak 
and he who graspeth the two-edged dagger, all fear thee ; 
earldoms and all kingdoms fear thee ; thou shalt be exalted 
for ever, King, who art, the King of kings. 

pm Therefore, who would not revere thee, King, &c. 

-jbn Thou art the King, who searchest the most hidden 
secrets ; thy name shall be praised, thou most wise in 
secret counsel. King, myriads are the chariots of thy 
holy hosts: they who are near thee [Israel], say, God! 
thou art tremendous from thy holy residence. Thou art 
the King who formed all things for thy glory ; they who are 
preserved as the apple of the eye [Israel], know thy wonderful { 
works. Thou, most strong and mighty King, shalt be 
praised for ever. King of glory, thou shalt be magnified 
and praised eternally. Thou art the tremendous King, thy 
praise filleth the earth ; thou art most high and holy, terrible 
to the kings of the earth. Thou art the King whose 
greatness is unsearchable and unlimited ; may he cause us to 
hear, in his temple, the good tidings of the restoration of 
the glory of his host [Israel]. Thou art the King, whose 
hand is strong, and thy right hand is highly exalted ; th 
pure ones extol thee, saying, The Lord is good for a stro: 
hold. Thou King, and Omnipotent God, art excellent 
holiness ; the pure shall worship thee, in holy attire, C 
Eternal. Thou art King; thy truth, Lord, is eternal 
praise ye the Lord, on the ten-stringed instrument ; let ever 
thing that hath breath, praise the Lord. Thou art the Kin 
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152 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

decrees are laws of truth, and upright judgments. Thou 
art the King, who is blessed in the mouth of every body ; 
thy mighty glory is spoken of above and below. 

pm Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations, &c. 

D^an The nations are esteemed as nought and vanity 
before thee. 

Thy tried ones dwell alone, and are not reckoned with 
them. 

Thy adherents adhere to thee, who art the living God. 

Those who are strong in thy faith, explain thy unity, 
morning and evening. 

They who tremble at thy word, prepare themselves to 
serve thee in fear. 

They who are befriended by thee, bow the knee to thee, 
with the jutting of their joints. 

Those who are chosen by thee, put their trust in the 
hiding-place of thy strength. 

Those who have been borne by thee, abhor the incitement 
to incontinency and lewdness. 

Thy people testify thy sovereignty, God of gods. 

Thy hosts, [Israel] declare thou art holy, and that thou 
abidest amongst their praise. 

Thy friends depend upon thee, who teachest what will 
tend to their profit. 

Thy perfect ones, when they assemble to prayer, declare 
their firm belief of thy truth. 

pm Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? because, &c. 

s 3 Those who return penitent offer thankgsgiving unto 
thee ; therefore when they pour out their heart before thee, 
thou dost hearken to their prayer instantaneously. Thou art 
high, and exalted above all, thou most Holy ; the praise 
of thy name is, that thou bearest iniquity. Thy righteousness 
is conspicuous as the mighty mountains, yielding fruit, 
increase and seed for sustenance ; for mercy and forgiveness 
is with thee, that thou mayest be feared ; for the path of 
everlasting life hast thou shewn to sinners. Thou hast regard 
to the humble and broken-hearted ; for thy manner is not 
as is that of man, who looketh on the outward appearance ; | 

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153 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

but thy look penetrates all creatures : that which is hidden 
and sealed, is apparent before thee. Thy hand is stretched 
out to receive those who repent ; even before they call and 
cry unto thee, they are answered. For thy mercy is great 
above the mighty heavens ; they who sow righteousness, shall 
reap fruit accordingly The power of thy kingdom is, that 
thou lovest justice; therefore art thou called the God of 
justice. It is thy way to associate the attribute of mercy 
with thy attribute of strict justice ; with these two attributes 
didst thou, mighty God, found thy world. When the 
sinner humbles himself, thou dost repent of the evil : mayest 
thou also turn thine anger away from Israel, with whom 
thou hast been wroth, to comfort them. 

pni Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? because unto thee, &c. 

-|b Glorification is comely to thee from all mouths ; for 
thy praise is, that thou subduest wrath. Uuto thee the 
pious chaunt praise with the mouth; for the rich are not 
regarded by thee more than the poor, as is said of thee. 
Thou art attired with majesty, and girded with power, when 
thou judgest those who are exalted and girt with strength. 
Unto thee silence is praise; even in Zion, the perfection 
of beauty ; for thy threefold praise is rehearsed by the angels 
who sparkle as the polished mirror. The raging waves 
acknowledge thy mighty power; for thou hast appointed 
them abound which they dare not pass. The pillars of 
heaven are shaken at thy rebuke ; the seraphim, in fear of 
thee, cover their faces. From the uttermost parts of the 
earth, they address songs unto thee ; for thine eyes pervade 
every side of it. They who are renewed every morning, 
abundantly declare thy faithfulness: the cherubim hasten 
to obey thy command. Thou didst span the mighty heavens, 
and make firm the earth ; the mighty angels, and the 
righteous, proclaim thy amiableness, At thy command day and 
night are divided ; from the time of creation did3t thou fix 
their boundaries ; therefore thine is the power and might, 
to strengthen and make great; for unto thy name, every 
tongue shall ascribe greatness. 



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154 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

pni Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? for it appertaineth unto thee, &c. 

nw Praise and strength appertain unto him who is 
glorified in holiness ; and who is worthy to draw nigh (to him), 
to describe his mighty greatness ? Exaltation appertaineth 
unto him who is high and exalted by his power ; and who 
is qualified to declare his exalted praise? The diadem and 
glorification appertaineth to the King of glory! Therefore 
who can enter his doors to serve him in reverence? It is 
comely to chaunt thanksgiving to the God of truth ; and who 
is sufficiently respectable to verify the honour of his glory? 
Eternal rule appertaineth unto him who liveth eternally ; 
and who can attempt to speak his praise, and not be dumb- 
founded ? It is comely to declare the messages of him who 
is tremendous in praises ; and who, like thee, could publish 
its glad tidings to the numerous assembly ? It is comely to 
testify the unity of his honourable name ; and who is prepared 
to bear his yoke with awe ? It is comely ever to make mention 
of the kindness of the Creator ; and who is sufficiently 
pure to make known the proper adherence to his ways? 
It is comely to praise, with song, him who is immutable, 
and most powerful; and who is adequate to adapt the 
declaration of his praise ? It is proper to seek him who is 
righteous at all times ; but who is so pure as to dwell with 
those who dwell in his divine presence ? It is comely to robe 
him who is righteous, with blessings and praises ; but who 
am I, that I have come hither, to declare his praise ? 

pm Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? for it appertaineth unto thee ; because, &c. 

^3 The angels who are made of fire, in dread praise thee ; 
those who have the covenant in their flesh, bless thee, and 
say, There is none besides thee. The hosts of heaven 
prostrate, and those who adhere to thy word, with gladness 
move towards thee. The high sounding angels praise thee 
with words; those whose meditation is in thy law, when 
they assemble to 'prayer, attract thee. The pure in thy 
dwelling sing a portion of thy praise : the pure inhabitants 
of the earth, with their mouth gladly acknowledge thee ; the 
pure princes, with their words, encircle thee with praise : 
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155 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

the troops of cherubim glorify thee with their wings ; those 
who learn thine instructions [the law], in their assemblies, 
declare thy unity : the host of flying angels extol thee with 
their praise: those who were borne as on eagles' wings, 
acknowledge thy sovereignty : those who cover their eyes, 
that they may not behold thee, in praise bow themselves 
unto thee : those who bear thy yoke, forcibly testify of thee ; 
the ineffable angels, in their thoughts, fear thee : those who 
cry aloud in prayer, in their distress, draw near to thee : the 
fiery angels, when they call on thee, bow themselves to thee : 
they who assemble on the pavement, in dread, fear thee: 
the flaming sparkling angels, with understanding, testify of 
thee : they who hold fast in their integrity, continually 
praise thee. 

pit Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? for it appertained unto thee ; because among 
all, &c. 



*?3n With all my might and strength will I magnify thee ; 
blessed be thy pure, great, aud glorious name. By every 
body and soul shall thy praise be exalted : those who were 
planted in thy tabernacle, say, Blessed be thou. With all 
their might they love the yoke of thy kingdom : they who 
fear thee, burst forth with praise, saying, Blessed and holy 
art thou. In all corners of the earth incense is offered to 
thee : blessed are they who love thee, and hasten to praise 
thee abundantly. All thoughts counsel to take refuge in 
thy shadow : they who delight in the law, say, Blessed be he. 
With every thought, thine assembly proclaim the unity of thy 
divinity ; thy host, whom thou befriendest, immediately 
after, proclaim, Blessed. For every kindness, or even for 
thy strict justice, do they who earnestly desire to hearken to 
thy voice, say, Blessed. Every time that thine ineffable name 
is mentioned, those who stand in thy tower, with mighty joy, 
begin to magnify thee, saying, Blessed. In every part hast 
thou performed wonders, for thy grandeur ; thy people bless 
and praise thee, for the destructions of the idols. In all their 
dwellings, when delighted with the fruit of thy trees, thy 
perfect ones return thee a blessing for that which thou 
bestowest on them. 



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pm Therefore, who would not revere thee, King <>f 
the nations ? for it appertaineth unto thee ; because among 
all the wise men, &c. 

"•Mn The perfectly wise beseech thee to direct their path ; 
they awake early in the morning, to prepare to meet thee. 
Those who are wise in the law, and are perfect in their 
heart, bow and prostrate themselves to thee, to accept their 
prayer. Those who are wise in joining the letters of thine 
ineffable name, admonish all to hasten to the threshold of 
thy porch. Those who are wise in the testimony, and the 
certainty of thy words of truth, urge themselves to place 
thy fear before them. The wise prophets, who delivered 
thy beautiful words, were expert in the warfare of the gates 
of thy house. The wise study that which profiteth from 
thy mouth, who art gracious ; they in grace ascribe glory to 
thy name. The wise who fear God, are just, and rule over 
their evil imagination ; they hope in thy goodness, who art 
near to justify them. The wise who search the hidden 
secrets of wisdom and knowledge, join to sing the exaltation 
of God, that is made manifest. The wise make confession 
in the service of the day of pardon, and in their supplication 
cry, hear, and pardon. The wise take words, and return 
unto thee ; they cry, We beseech thee, remember thy servants, 
our ancestors. The wise are assured of the covenant thou 
hast made, concerning thy attributes ; hearken to the 
cry of those who knock at thy gates. 

pSl Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? for it appertaineth unto thee ; because among 
all the wise men of the nations ; and among all, &c. 

b^m With all the might of man, the strength of thy praise 
shall be verified, when thou shalt turn the tranquillity and 
joy of those who spoil us, into mourning. In every assembly 
of those who believe in thee, there will be sweet counsel, 
when thou shalt exalt the horn of the righteous in thy 
palace. At every step they shall leap and dance to glorify 
thee, when thou shalt destroy the treacherous rulers from 
the earth. With all their strength shall they chaunt the 
song to praise thee, when thou shalt cure the wound of thy 
peculiar people. In every clime shall they sweetly chaunt 



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j . - - v.. . . .... T . ... 

Drnnga ^3 ae; **$$ ni33 ^ 

D^'nxD ^rras* t\t& ^mb -vied 

D'fm *KjpS»v ^n«T n dj?D 

new *in# nb>iy waS n^3 ^ o'lnnefc 

T v.. T - - v ^ I v t : t t t •-:-:• 

pxn p uwfi *y_h ^33 ^n^Sa 

nn Sjni d^bti nn^jfey^ 13S&3 p*? 
tt "t; "-t- ::• ;t; J 17 t 



157 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

hymns to magnify thee, when thou shalt humble the pride 
of the lofty of the earth. And in every language shall thy 
name alone be exalted, when thou shalt cause the vineyard 
which thou hast planted to dwell alone securely. With 
every hand shall they praise thee on the harmonious cymbals, 
when thou shalt deprive the palaces of the unclean of their 
support. And every time that they rest or sojourn, when 
thou shalt cause thy scattered to return by thousands 
and ten thousands, they shall praise thee as at thy setting out 
and return. With all their power they shall acknowledge 
thy sovereign unity, when thou shalt doom the formidable 
multitude to destruction. In every way shall the strength of 
thy host be mentioned, when thou shalt cause thy nation, 
who hopeth in thee, to rejoice. And with every blessing 
shall thy name be extolled, when thou shalt renew the youth 
of thy faithful, as the eagle's. 

p:n Therefore, who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ? for it appertaineth unto thee ; because among 
all the wise men ofthe nations, and in all their kingdoms, &c. 

DfVDbfc The fall of their kingdom will establish thy 
kingdom, King, for thou art the King of kings. 

Heaven and earth shall utter thy praise. 

The numerous multitudes shall aloud proclaim thy 
exaltation. 

Thy holiness and strength shall be established, as in 
the mouths of sucklings. 

They shall declare thy righteousness in the isles, God 
of the mighty. 

The holy vineyard, of thy planting, shall inherit the 
beautiful crown of the kingdom. 

All shall ascribe praise to thy glorious name in love. 

They shall burst forth in song to declare thy works. 

All countries shall be filled with the agreeable knowledge 
how to revere thee. 

All flesh shall worship thee, who didst create light and 
darkness. 

Thy kingdom will commence, when thou shalt make an 
end of the wicked out of the earth. 

Therefore, when thou shalt reign, the heavens will rejoice, 
and the earth be glad. 



: tisd dvS nnnp nban rop 

^?n ^3 *3 WW, ^ ^ DW ^ ^"j? *b *8 p3A 

^tt>3 p«5 • D££> ^ WJ5& ^883 *pBJ J«0 |** 
ptfw $?*3 *fto|i p$b : caftgn tftf $?M 

niipn 1 ? ipjgis "fi&l p«je ♦ pnaa sfyfj f?n333 spai 

♦ dww d^t hiksv ^13 ^im pga : pn# ^hi 
^p3£? ^J p$S : nwb$ ^h ^5113 ^tej| |?89 
nwk ja ^!3 ^pa| p«e # B**fip M^ n*i& 
p$g • rmixjpn ^ Vta ^33 f a| p$a : tFTjfl? 
spaa pge : Hrtp wsj S*ps £ty ipar&a ^ira 

t|eij^ ^s*^3 ^pai p$? # cshrv* ^w $?£? 

p$? * n;v ^SS© b$t fW&5 "fM P»8 : BTOJ 'VQ 
•pj?S3 *pa|) pg& : n»n) nan3 #5? ^#3 ^pafi 

pit jn;f? •sjrtss fa? P#b * isp^ 5]Sk nt# #qx 

♦ nans ♦ays? "ifiy T ^v?p? ^pM p80 • 13 pwV 51$ 
p«a i» ♦ np3n aba ivjm Dnin ^713 spaa pxa 

: nrwt * wrfca " b*nfc» yafr' pa* 

t v t: •• v: t: •• t ; • * - i | •• : 

• t - ■• v: t: • : - - : - : t 

♦ wrfra 5 Dn&w b^3 D^aqn : nni* 3 o^ip nn33 



158 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

pm Therefore who would not revere thee, King of 
the nations ! for it appertaineth unto thee ; because among 
all the wise men of the nations, and in all their kingdoms, 
there is none like thee. 

^WE There is none like thee, when thou didst strengthen 
the heavens, and the heaven of heavens. There is none 
like thee, when thou didst mingle fire and water. There 
is none like thee, when thou didst roll together clouds, 
darkness, and obscurity. There is none like thee, when thou 
didst kindle light from darkness. There is none like thee, 
when thou didst form the expanse for a division. There is 
none like thee, when thou didst appoint the assemblage of 
the proud presumptuous waters. There is none like thee, 
when thou didst purify the pure and tremendous hosts [the 
angels]. There is none like thee, when thou didst strengthen 
thy wonderful hosts. There is none like thee, when thou 
didst ordain the vegetation of grass and herbage. There 
is none like thee, when thou didst form a garden for the 
vegetation of delectable fruit. There is none like thee, 
when thou didst measure the greatness of the two great 
luminaries. There is none like thee, when thou didst enlighten 
Arcturus, Orion, Pleiades, and all the constellations. There 
is none like thee, when thou didst say, Let the waters bring 
forth abundantly. There is none like thee, when thou 
didst say to the birds, Fly in the air. There is none like 
thee, when thou didst bring forth the creeping things from 
the bowels of the dry land. There is none like thee, when 
thou didst strengthen the life of the cattle and the beasts. 
There is none like thee, when thou didst intend to create 
inn 1)W [behemoth'] who feeds on the herbage of a thousand 
mountains, There is none like thee, when thou didst create 
the leviathan to sport in it [the ocean]. There is none 
like thee, when thou didst gather dust from the clods of the 
earth. There is none like thee, when thou didst work a 
curious signet, a form full of wisdom. There is none like 
thee, when thou didst rest on the sabbath day, in preference 
to other days. There is none like thee, when thou didst 
prepare the foundation of the two worlds. 

vkw Hear Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. 
D^mtNn Those who are girt with his love, say, The Lord 
is our God ; those who have entered the covenant, answer, 
The Lord is one. Those who were redeemed, with joy, say, 



org** aria mpinn * im « D^iy jn? m ft fjli 

t v t: • + • - : -: - •• v: t: • ; 

d»jw orra dwiji • wpiSk « on&iK oytgs tnpayj 

* D^iaiK pnM D^an : nrtx " wiy ash b 

t: • : | v v : • - t t t; • * ^-: 

: nrtK * d^ijj nya D*m&»n * wnSx * d^wk Sioa 

t v t; • ~ * i -: t •• v: tj • : : 

vyy prpts DTP^n • wrj 1 ^ 5 d^ik "1x53 dvhki 

• : t •• v: t: • : v j •-• : |; - T v t: 

: nru* 5 D^iy aw© ttSfflpo • «*?£>« 
: "1*13 ^3 ^y_ ffoeD} sfjsk ajfeW 

♦ pan *?a Sy ^Se 1 ? ; njTi * ^3} t Vy_ ainaa 

: nna i&Bh nnx « rvrv *nnn ova 

tv ; t v t: v : • - 

Sa wish nnneh * wwisn Sa mm • nana£ n& ^a 

▼ 1 r- T ; -:-:•: • -: — t | i t • : r -|tt v * 

aaSa "spin nmh * nnx stjjk D^a Jibjn : DWian 
: spa iy • t^S pdWh^ • av&g * «jrr»0 iaa j dS# 

I .t: * Jivt: I :•-••■ |" v; t: ':|-tv : •• t 

: nxp x a^ n& ba hy_ ♦ aqo ^W) ' ^gm *7W 

H5j?pi • y.^t 1 ? n^w? * ^y. 1 ? 5 to? ie p3^ 



159 MORNING SERVICE FOB THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

The Lord is our God ; those who were sought for with 
knowledge, answer, The Lord is one. Those who are loud in 
prayer, say, The Lord is our God ; those who are strong in 
faith, in their assembly, answer, The Lord is one. Those who 
were allotted for God's portion, say, The Lord is our God ; 
those who, by the strength of penitence, find favour, answer, 
The Lord is one. Those who are adorned with eloquent prayer, 
say, The Lord is our God ; those who are eminent by their 
pedigree answer, The Lord is one. Those who are crowned 
with the crown of the law, say, The Lord is our God ; those 
who were taken by God, to be his people, answer, The Lord 
is one. Those who speak with sweetness [eloquence], say, 
The Lord is our God ; those who were amiably borne from 
the womb, answer, The Lord is one. Those who are peculiarly 
beloved, say, The Lord is our God ; those who are supported 
with power, answer, the Lord is one. Those whose redemption 
was glorious, say, The Lord is our God; those who are 
discreet in righteousness, answer, The Lord is one. Those 
who are accounted to fear the Lord, say, The Lord is our. 
God ; those who shout in song, answer, The Lord is one. 
Those who pray with fervour, say, The Lord is our God ; 
those who are supported by an earnest desire to serve God, 
answer, The Lord is one. 

nntmn Thou alone shalt be exalted, and reign over all in 
unity. 

nin^D As it is written by the hand of thy prophet, And 
the Eternal shall be King over all the earth ; in that day 
the Lord alone shall be acknowledged a unity, and his 
name be unity* 

*"priD in pni And therefore extend thy fear, Lord, 
our God, over all thy works and thy dread over all thou hast 
created : that all thy works, may fear thee, and all creatures 
bow down before thee ; so that they may all form one 
band, to perform thy will with an upright heart ; and be 
all convinced, as we are, Lord our God, that dominion 
appertaineth unto thee, that strength is in thy hand, might 
in thy right hand, and that thy name is tremendous over 
all thou hast created. 

TQ3 ]n pni And therefore, Lord ! grant honour unto 
thy people ; applause unto those who fear thee ; a pleasing 
hope unto those who seek thee ; and confidence unto those 
who wait for thee ; joy unto thy land, gladness unto thy city, 



: i*b dvS nnnp nSsn Dp 

i-T : T- : • Jr.- • : 

nb nyshn ^1 • its race anSiyi • for hits dhwi 

t s ^t: *t t: t p I t|: • tit * \ |*t t • : . . _.- 

■^BJ V^1p T *SH5l Sttl^S f y#ip T tb o£#fr3i ' ^W 
: jtfAbn tti -nS jvx *rfat dW? " 

t — . - t : l |-|- ••*: t * : n 

♦ mnaa • ^T$96 gri^j p«i • ^$p irjoj nm tfnjj 

| t |t T ; ■ "/:• I T "" "t: t : • - t;t; - : •- 

s grijan ^n • j* njpx 
runi «m« wn« • own Saa ttmra rim 

t |* t: jt t :j- t • -t t • it : - : t - 

it : -I -: I iv : • s jt : -I- : : - t • |T : - : t 

: pang why r rtn^ W^g ^] • ^fpatb bsMs 

t - - J v t -; - : ,•• v; t: |t I v • - 

wnito-^a-ns la-Sn&Si marta nn^D^ r-hmtb 

-: t v t : • : tt-; t • : • : t • : • 

nm nam jwi am rtw • whisk Tfeiq urrfrg 

v T-: v t-: *-\--\ t: •. -:- ( - -: |}- •• |- ••: 

jnjn vpog rnsn *pnj#i bain?! nsri y&) vW') 

• -: -; •• •• ; | " : t ; t • : • I|Vt ; •• t ; • - J ; - 



160 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

a revival of the kingdom of thy servant David, and an 
ordination of renewed splendour to the son of Jesse, thine 
anointed, speedily in onr days. 

D^TE pm And then the righteous will see it, and 
rejoice ; the upright be glad, and the saints exult in song ; 
but iniquity will be dumb, and all manner of wickedness 
vanish as smoke ; when thou shalt remove the dominion of 
wickedness from the earth. 

nnx -pbam Then, Lord! thou alone shalt reign over 
all thy works in Mount Zion, the residence of thy glory, and 
in Jerusalem, the city of thy sanctuary ; as it is written in 
thy holy word, the Lord reigneth for ever, even thy God ! O 
Zion, from generation to generation. Hallelujah ! 

nriH wnp Thou art holy, and thy name is tremendous ; 
and besides thee there is no God: as it is written, and the 
Lord of hosts shall be exalted in judgment ; and the holy 
God shall be sanctified through righteousness. Blessed 
art thou, Lord ! holy King ! 

•nmm nm Thou hast chosen us from all people ; thou 
hast loved us, and hast delighted in us, and exalted us above 
all nations, and sanctified us with thy commandments, and 
brought us near unto thy service, our King, and hast called 
us by thy great and holy name. 

■rf? inrn And with love hast thou given us, Lord, our 
God \on the sabbath say, the sabbath-day, for a sanctification 
and rest, and] this day of atonement, for pardon, forgiveness, 
and atonement : and thereon to pardon all our iniquities : 
[on the sabbath, say, in love] a holy convocation, a memorial 
of the departure from Egypt. 

Wrh* Our God, and the God of our fathers, mayest thou 
be pleased to grant that our memorial, and the memorial of 
our fathers, the memorial of the Messiah the son of David, 
thv servant, and the memorial of Jerusalem, thy holy city, 
and the memorial of all thy people, the house of Israel, may 
ascend, come, approach, be seen, ^ accc jpted, tear ^J~ 
and remembered in thy presence for the obtaining a happy 
deliverance, with favour, grace, and mercy, to lite, and peace, 

VOL. II. 21 






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pan ^?£ Ss *3 •tt!HLT$¥ ^ * ttJPPffi) »*?jj DOT) 



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«S ^na ♦ *mb> urtax ^ns *3 W3K «•? n^D jm 

t - ; • t ..... . . . T T _.i 

*3 ayr dizh* * awin pa » niK3*n viSk " 

*i "t t : t .__.-[.. T t : - •• v: tj 

I * • J " : • t I : t -; v v : • -: - t | •• 

wnog D^jm ■ d*p$8 ^d? ^§ *3 D5 : typvvn n^S^ 

• crcosn d^Sh T^ xSn : dw 1 ? onriM *ran 

••••:- • : I v t : -: • t : • - t; t - •• : - 

' ♦ d*d*r|# y\w? 335© v : D^aj ni^S •sp'tig n^n 
nj& »3»j : b<pfe?feqi nnsiD bna ^ na&j? *v$H 

: trDDin tnvrm Dwai niynt ■ d^m ti^y 
: b'Daro am nnn»i arm • D*e>si33 tki p Bhin 

T; . ;•; •-;- -: : t ; ^ - 

nvn ^a *p?ia W ' D W^ v ^? D ^- T 1 &^ n 9 
D*na? yiv * d'dtu vray D'Bhpa ^0 -in* : wW 

• t ; ^- : • t v: v t -: • t| : • •• ; 

• D^D3 xSsn mpn* 031S : d^3# masm £>3 

.... 1 T . . . . ......... T 

! Tin «d& t^fc : a^Mn o^S msSna idhi^S 

J v t v • " - • ; - • t ; t -; - " * 






161 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

\on the sabbath , say, on this sabbath-day, and on this day of 
atonement. Lord, our God ! remember us thereon for good : 
visit us with a blessing, and save us to enjoy life, and with 
the word of salvation and mercy, have compassion and be 
gracious unto us. have mercy upon us, and save us, for 
our eyes are continually towards thee ; for thou, God ! art 
a merciful and gracious King. 



Propitiatory Prayers for the Morning Servicb. 

13b nbo Forgive us, our Father, for through the 
greatness of our folly have we erred ; pardon us, our 
King, for our iniquities are abundant. 

TrbN * Lord of Hosts, who standest among the 
myrtles ; verily, we know, that we are destitute of good 
works. With an humble soul, the children of thy three 
beloved patriarchs fly to thee. Although their merit should 
be totally consumed, yet they supplicate thee with prayer, 
to appease thee. withhold not thy beneficent attributes 
from those who have been borne by thee ; but bring forth 
their judgment pure as the noon day. Verily, the most 
hidden things are revealed in thy presence ; the heart of thy 
servants is to keep even the ceremonial law; but who 
prevents it ? The leaven that is in the dough, compared to a 
small city, encompassed by a great king, with a numerous 
host ; even dead flies cause the sweet wine to send forth a 
stinking savour ; fomenting presumptuous sins, transgressions, 
and evil imaginations. He [Satan] imagineth evil, and 
compelleth, as a task-master; he is desolate, and causeth 
desolation ; and lo, we are taken in the snare, _ Those who 
are clean and pure, are brought to the extremities of death 
on his account ; he loads them with pollution, to prevent their 
future joy. On his account were both the temples destroyed, 
as were those who knew how to offer the sacrifices, and who 
entered into the holy of holies. The priests who were 
anointed, who mixed the blood of the sacrifices, in magnificent 
attire, are all consumed. thou who art clothed with 
righteousness, shew thy miraculous power, and slay him with j^ 
the sword, at the appointed time. deliver thy oppressed ■ 



: msn ah nnne> nbsn aop 

Wife* mo : trDDinna ay 1 ? nan 33^ nn& • D'fetfen 

: btt6* pn^> TWBpi |B& * Q'pnn 1 ? "V? cmx fs*c 
pnptt * D^p&r? rnpa 09 intf^ b*5te s bnshis 

Diipv ^SfJ •• tfpnj) D^ibnp *pD? bs * MP90B 
n$n j D$£3n hjjjxjS rrrn Y1?1 d 'P * D ^?5 RHP? 
wmw • d^pjik jtori ns3 ovfi ♦ dw ffTjt? ^y_ 

♦ a* pj$ nam ajs^ vi'Sk uiw? • d*dbtji ni^a *ai dk 

byi • dwim d^d Ton * aibsi nwai nn^'n 
: d*dih ute Min T&m 

• - t | v - : - 

f^pl? ^ • tfrrttilj tig D^nn *paji by. *a 

| mnyp s tfjjSB nipm? nnia ^ wn nnx : enjsj 

♦ DTiwenf? nn? ma s ^ nxtsn *vp#i w. m:v; : 
|3? : 3 jffj# x^n mm : comnxS n$o£ D*ppi 
: ^i9jj hftk ^jfflb *371 fttrjrjl • op nrt by ^td? 
dfrh b« nna *3 minim • h n^n •rpDn mm** 

*3« "isicn • »n| |3j • taws? rraag &I Q^Tyri 

: doth nwj nx warm # fna n#K hk •ttlrn 



162 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

children from him; and make void the extension of thy 
judgment in favour of a polluted people. thou who art 
the strength of Israel, save those who are distressed, who are 
despised and oppressed by those who exact tribute of them. 
Strengthen our advocates, that they be not dumb-founded ; 
silence and confound Satan, the accuser. Although their 
iniquities and transgressions are abundant, yet are the eyes 
of thy people lifted up unto thee, and their hands spread 
forth towards thee. Trying to appease thy anger, which, 
when kindled, is as a melting fire, they begin to repent of 
their abominable deeds. They fast and afHict themselves, 
and make diligent search into their past conduct ; that they 
may be lodged and shielded in the shadow of thy wings. 
accept their prayer, as an offering of lambs. perform thy 
promise, that the precipices shall become a smooth plain. 
behold thy sheep [Israel], who dwell among those who 
spoil them. most merciful, pardon our sins, whether done 
willingly, or by compulsion. Although our errors should be 
abundant, and attended with robbery and violence, yet, 
cause us to return, God of our salvation, and make void 
thy wrath. Repentance and good works always shield as a 
buckler ; yet do we depend on thine abundant mercy. 



S D For we rest assured on thine abundant mercies, and 
depend on thy righteousness ; we look to thy forgiveness, 
and hope in thy salvation. Thou art the King, who ever 
lovest righteousness, passest by the sins of thy people, and 
puttest away the iniquities of those who revere thee ; thou 
hast made a covenant with the ancient patriarchs, and 
performest thy oath to their posterity. Thou art he who didst 
descend on Mount Sinai, in thy glorious cloud, and didst 
shew the manner of thy goodness unto thy servant Moses ; 
the attributes of thy mercy didst thou reveal unto him, and 
didst make him know that thou art Omnipotent, gracious, 
long-suffering, and abundant in beneficence, diffusing good 
abundantly. Thou didst also guide the whole world with 
thy attribute of mercy ; for thus it is written, " And he said, 
I will make all my goodness pass before thee, and will 
proclaim the name Eternal before thee ; I will be gracious 
to whom I will be gracious, and shew mercy to whom I will 

I 



TJJ) ? P^ OVTW bsai • vm d^x -spa Sk 
cnvn to|?i •^tdq) farri n^ :rrvin ra^'n 
nm »3 • anxps «^ |t*s : t|tt ynj 1 ? iff J^jgn 

• D?pj spa nWoi paring • dwtti Sjn ron 

: J#3 ; TV1 »J * l^rQl MDPli Mtf fa) : 3VQ 

i . .... | v t ; •• ; T 

: de> lay awjri ova • ctfx nnpro ytfa ^y -riayri 

: "idso cei ♦ " 

- v:v t : t; 

: Kljgl VJS W * "YI3^1 tin 

* riONi npn 2-11 d'sx "nix nam aim ^>k " * ■*? 
mbu\ : rim nKarn y03j rts x^i d^nS -ron Ttf 

I • ■ • . • T I T '* * T - * T V V ** 

• mm ij vgjt $ n^p i u^nji irrix^nSi u$^ 

• rho) ana « nnx »a : qy#a »a oa^a w^ brio 

upa wnSx • UM3 ttt&aa »T?p3 u#a wnSx 
yprb ns ub px 5 ^ WJ| w^u bh$ u&baa 
rnaqj ♦& pNi «wpn »j qjjr : 0*1 onn> nso *6i 

: nix nya uk tio£ brrjrj ^ • mva 

nyi^n «£ j tt^jr » oro-i ja • D'ja by ax crna 

hba ^> aa^p u$h nixay 5 s nbp ^nana ^ by 

ny^in » s ^a npa anx n$ta nixav j : nbp apg 

: !iix*ij5 ova aj$ ^pn 



163 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

•pN ^N Omnipotent, thou art long-suffering, and art 
called the Lord of mercy ; thou hast also taught us the way 
of repentance. remember the greatness of thy mercy and 
kindness to the offspring of thy beloved, on this, and every 
other day. regard us with mercy, for thou art the Lord 
of mercy. With prayer and supplication we approach thy 
presence, as thou didst make known to the meek [Moses], 
in times of old. turn from thy fierce anger, as it is written 
in thy law. may we be shielded and lodged in the 
shadow of thy wings, as on the day when thou, Eternal, 
descendedst in a cloud. pass by our transgression and blot 
out our trespass, as on the day when thou didst stand with 
him [Moses], there [on Mount Sinai]. hearken to our 
cry, and accept our prayer, as on the day when thou 
proclaimedst the name Eternal, and there it is said. 

to^I Read, And the Eternal passed by before him 
[Moses], and proclaimed. 

"»i ^ Cong. The Eternal is immutably the Eternal Being ; 
an Omnipotent God, merciful and gracious, long-suffering 
and abundant in beneficence and truth; keeping mercy 
unto thousands, forgiving iniquity, transgression, and sin, 
and acquitting. Pardon thou our iniquity, and our sin, 
and take us for thy heritage. Forgive us, our Father, 
for we have sinned ; pardon us, our King, for we have 
transgressed ; for thou, Lord, art good, and ready to 
pardon, and of abundant mercy unto all those who call on 
thee. 

I^nbs our God, we are ashamed because of our 
works, and confounded because of our iniquities. God, 
we are overwhelmed with shame, so as not to be able to lift 
up our face unto thee. our God, we have not power to 
answer, nor confidence to lift up our head ; we know that 
we have sinned, and there is none to intercede for us ; but 
thy great name, we hope, will intercede for us, in time of 
trouble. 

Dm3 As a father hath mercy on his children, so mayest 
thou have mercy upon us, Lord. Salvation belong eth to 
the Lord; thy blessing be on thy people. Selah. The 
Lord of Hosts is with us, the God of Jacob is our refuge for 
ever. Lord of Hosts, blessed is the man who trusteth 
in thee. Save us, Lord, answer us, King, when we 
call upon thee. 



: tim dvS hnrtp nSsn nop 

nrei b>y& r« *3 ' ry new T*<1 ^i rasa hmw 

• t : *- - I •• • I *^t t I •• : v v ; v t t •• 

rp? itsgh to# ehsi Wi? V5?l : 1?$ r?P! 

^ nS Timn : pi ^3 rrei tw maA wot * i* 
pi njpa nj£5 tr^ ra • *rtDnp bjann bnni 
K&tfi • -to* isrjp? mm) pjbto 12113 timj • -non 
K3M nrVn nru J? *n& ♦ i«ft Sua ta na nni 

t - v t - v : • •• - t t t ••. ; - ; • v - : 

hsBBf trrtn p v « ^S • tffiph h irony) mp^x vy$ 
: rata mS vntsm narw iw wrox* 4 nvid sn«3 

t- » t - : * S " I v t - T-; t t;-; 

t^pj nS nx?p *rij5S5c * n?3 &flx\ m jijn nn& s#f 
rnn • nsn bjmi rpjn tjti) ^ ^ ? nsrn Bto 
S*n^ nb^f *©;ie> : nam pu agpjBj asrstii nfig 

♦ n? ^ ^an jnni ipnnn Din • i$i nS? wan 
rpch nm nS • 12& S^n isrnS ixv&nia * nx 

♦ fyh ems* jwj njn njw* dv : ^m) «ag ra$ 
trpn^ bkgi?r6 T8R3 * jpjPBg -$ng dbfft w$ pun 
nbora wSd ujwn ddhx win • q^^a hy own 

Ski npini 0|S |ty * rvtefcae «^ ^T1 **? *^ 



164 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

^nbs Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

ro^N how shall I open my mouth, or lift up mine 
eyes ? for I am not possessed of good works, neither have I 
any merit ; I bellow as a drunken man, and as a man 
overcome with wine ; I am as a mighty warrior bereft of his 
weapon. My poor heart is terrified, and I am deprived of 
the advocate against sin ; how, then, shall he who is defective 
in knowledge, and deficient in understanding, open his 
mouth? His presumptuous sins are hidden in his secret 
places, and his guilt is bound in his inward parts ; he is a 
sinner, and abundantly rebellious ; he is delivered into the 
hand of the filthy one. This despised one [Satan] purterbates 
the heart of him who cometh to seek for pardon ; he 
perverteth the right path, and abhorreth reproof; he is 
altogether perverse and crooked ; his knees stumble, the 
consequence of his trespass ; for the ill savour of /lis sins is his 
stumbling-block ; his heart imagineth folly, and he is snared 
by the work of his hands. When I open my mouth to speak, 
what argument can I find to answer with? I am defiled 
and polluted, for I am filled with shame and confusion ; this 
is the cause, that the promise made to me hath not been 
verified, and is become as a spring, whose waters fail ; my 
assemblies are iniquity and deceit, and my fasts are for strife 
and contention. blot out our transgressions, pardon our 1 
iniquity, and expiate our trespass; I cry aloud from my 
sorrowful heart, overwhelmed with shame and confusion ; 
still thy wrath, and forsake anger, and annihilate indignation ; 
accept the good imagination, which endeavoureth to appease 
thee, to render me dear to thee; and confound the evil 
imagination that diggeth a ^it for me to fall in. Ye residue 
of the tribes of Israel, prepare yourselves with a pure heart, 
lay hold on rectitude ; offer supplication, and arm yourselves 
with purity ; seek ye the Lord, who will strengthen those 
who seek him ; for he hath not despised, nor abhorred the 
affliction of the poor and broken-hearted. may 1 find a 
day of salvation, and an acceptable time in thy presence. 
may I be accounted in thy sight as fit, proper, and fully 
adequate, when I stand to pray and seek mercy for thy 
children ; and cause us to hear the good tidings from thy 
dwelling, I have accepted you, I have pardoned. Hasten ye 
to supplicate the presence of the Most High, and circumcise 
your hard heart ; remove every obstruction ; clear the high- 



: mga dvS nnncr nban nop 

a^aa n?^ nj^i dtoi arch jhf * rntffjrfr ttwpjn 

» wiy 1 ? ntfin ' ♦njntf*? naSi ^ nip mesa 



'-"../-/j., 



♦ rmtos jmw> ' dwj N ^5 ^ a#v f?? ^s % 

nfpnp nana • pgfen pefeo "rage f *9B ntrta ^is 

")k>a *?a dj? nipmf ng>iy • fftffifife nrrbpi • d^dS 
e6p tm 1 ? tfS nnin ^k : bia:tn anjna *6 • mm 

: - tt" •• ;• T*T T : « 

i&a • ft#jj tf 1 ^ rvs tarri wS mnr • rf#j? 

pya '! in * 3*n# *? # rr^pe rjj£ nnin# 

: J* Dg>a tfjjfl ££> IfiJ? aixfl 

: njjjjj nan am d*sx ^nx nan} wm ^k " " **9 

.... v v - ; • — I v v 1 - : - •- t; t: 

. rinSpi : npi) n«&m yw&\ |to «W d^n 1 ? nan mri 

T , T . I ** ~ : T T - : ^ - V T 1 T " ■ T - ; T V V 

• nj?ai ai& * nMN *a : uy&ra \? wa^a «S Sna 

: Txmp Sa 1 ? nan am 

I v ; J t ; v v -: 

Sx : tt» nna uS mc *a trapa tob iron Sx 
.... ... T _ . 1 .. r .. .. 1 v T .. . _ 

" W V) • HIS pS % 5 nanfj rra *a uaa prrin 

: ^S u^it n^a wty 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

msns * ■ nyiar^n "b ■ ns tarna ■ wnn bs • trm ■pam 



165 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

way; make straight the crooked paths : forsake iniquity, and 
make confession, and sin not again ; let him who knows that 
he hath sinned, return, and repent; let him offer prayer 
and supplication. Lord, hearken to supplication, and be 
attentive to the arrangement of my prayer ; accept my cry, 
be reconciled and appeased, and accept my prayer ; in 
distress I called on thee, draw nigh unto me, and come 
to my salvation. Hasten to help me, Eternal; my 
salvation ! 

lb» bs Omnipotent King, who sittest on the throne of 
mercy, governing with beneficence, pardoning the iniquities 
of his people, by causing them to pass away in due order, 
extending pardon unto sinners, and forgiveness, unto 
transgressors ; acting charitably towards all flesh and spirit, 
not rewarding them according to their wickedness. 
Omnipotent, thou hast taught us to repeat the thirteen attributes 
of thy mercy. Remember unto us, we beseech thee, this day, 
the covenant of the thirteen, in like manner as thou didst 
once reveal them unto the meek [Moses] ; for thus it is 
written in thy law — and the Eternal descended in the 
cloud, and stood with him there, and proclaimed the name 
of the Eternal. 

-ro^l And the Eternal passed before him [Moses], and 
proclaimed the name of the Eternal! 

v v» Cong. The Eternal is immutably the Eternal Being ; 
an Omnipotent God, merciful and gracious, long-suffering 
and abundant in beneficence and truth; keeping mercy 
unto thousands, forgiving iniquity, transgression, and sin, 
and acquitting. Pardon thou our iniquity, and our sin, 
and take us for thy heritage. Forgive us, our Father, 
for we have sinned ; pardon us, our King, for we have 
transgressed ; for thou, Lord, art good, and ready to 
pardon, and of abundant mercy unto all those who call on 
thee. 

nriDn bs hide not thy presence from thy servants, for 
we are in distress ; answer us quickly. be not far from 
us, for trouble is near, and there is none to help us. Let 
thy mercy, Lord ! be with us, according as we hope in 
thee 



: niaa dvS mnp nSsn nop 

tfp3 • pnn| W&3 mto B*K • pn*3 anj£ ^ p& 
: pja ps d*js m#3 • pnn ^n^ ny_3 warn 
'W nm • ranj p*wi nw n&u • dsk nasi nn nai 

• ^r t ; • •-: • t - t -t tt; t vv 

m*&ra tiBDin : few *a tanS mti • D3M iS»3 

•• t -; - : - t •.. ; • • - : t t : - ; • -; - 

nw • yybrh n!3 ^33 tfa^rusn • n^jr6 n&n 
♦aSm : n^yi tf^pb SSsi w ■ n-ysi an na nw 
npn nor? t |rna| npin 1 ? rvnrt 1 ? pgt • jr© nya «nw 
#333 T^p^ ** : |WS? n?5x f « |n • jrrc nwi 

• annv Jjjj ^pipn nj? • arr y?^ w& wyp • ann 

♦ dS^ n^ nmjp prqi : anx3 p^n 1 ? ^ip |j£ 

• nhirhb ^3n ^ a#nr6 * D*?U3 &&j ^n p| 
jw wan* P^ : PbtWO *}W] r H?! ^np 1 ? 
■xpp San spjjj • n&& am nyn ixiph • n&xn 1 ? 

♦ urjn? 10 p.in3 ttilib : no^l S* njrrni ago • ngin 

• atiaytfa nw uod ^m * arras c^n dik»i *hd 

* tf&SB*l nn& naDa MBX ' D'&tttf D*ttM DHV13 D*M3 

# a^n an 1 ? ^na Vip : D*t?a5 1& 1 ? ^TSSft n^ 

♦ a*y r Sip3 o*j?9Ti fjp • nyip imWii ma ayj? 
naab Dtta Dnpitf • nrnn Banpra cnan:i mn 



166 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

la^n^M Our God and the God of our ancestors. 

•»B "pN There is none that can call on God in righteousness, 
for even the good man is like a thorn ; there is no one, at 
any rate, to be found, who can thus ask mercy for those who 
are beaten to powder. The perfect and pure man faileth, 
the pious man ceaseth, the righteous man is wantonly 
trampled under foot ; the poor generation is taken in its 
iniquity, and who can be found to be the worthy advocate 
of their cause? Our sins have added fuel to the kindled 
wrath ; and ham deprived us of those who willingly offered 
themselves to intercede for us ; and of what avail, then, can 
the power of great or small be, save to confess to, and 
supplicate him who is holy, and watcheth ? I am terrified 
and afraid, when I attempt, in behalf of this congregation, to 
cry unto, and supplicate him, who strictly searcheth the 
inward parts, I, who am defective in merit, and full of 
pollution, how can I expect to find grace by my prayer ? 
Thou art good to those who call on thee, though their soul 
is proud ; bear with their trouble, and sustain their burden ; 
let thy precious mercy be abundantly on me ; and hear and 
hearken to my voice, in love, as if I was fully qualified in 
prayer, and perfect virtue, as a venerable skilful person ; 
and let me not be estimated by thee as one imperfect, that 
those who sent me may not be put to shame ; remember 
me, and conceal not thy mercy at my breathing. Our wants 
are numerous, we are not able to express them, for want of 
knowledge, and abundant sorrow ; but all is revealed before 
thee, thou who didst form matter ; thou art our Guide, 
Pastor, Shade, and Shelter. We are left as a single standard, 
on the summit of a high hill ; our glory is become the 
off-scouring and refuse of the nations ; answer us, and give us 
sustenance in our subjection ; seek our sheep, to number 
them again. They [Israel] are visited with the afflictions 
of the rod of thy reproof; they are scattered and dispersed, 
and deposited, as a pledge among the nations. hide them 
in thy tabernacle, save them from strife and judgment, for 
they look forward, and hope for the return of thy glory. 
Thy powerful voice cleaves flaming fire; thou dost determine 
both good and bad ; thy friends knock at thy gates, with 
a doleful voice; accept their free-will offering and abide 
in the midst of them. They hasten to humble their 
heart with fasting; hide their multitude in thy chambers 



: tibd nxh nnw nSsn top 

mbx *ra# : jnan xj Sx amxn • swn 1 ? nss? 

v; | : •■ w ~ • : * t - t t -• - w- . r . » t 

D*n mpa • nx&o tod D*:n& D^nS • nxsna c w n 
: nxn wi% uiq rtpgq • ngfr© ^sr 

(Say from arv -|Sd Sn to -j'inp Sab page 164.) 

r\ywpr\ s unarm Sipa rotfpn urban M mnxn 
: S^eW t!?** *3 wrbxi asftp unjntf Sip 1 ? 
n^ Sx yb^? hiron? ^yjQ rng>p tjjtx x? ^ 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

nwas * • n^i^n *b ' ns cma ■ wnn ba • n^m T^m 
: N3 nbD • br wb •o • nsrtmn * • nt&N mwns « * 1202? 

sp^nfi w dj? pyS x? n 1 ?:? ■ xniun) n^^n dot x?x 
Spfic^ • ^?x nt?n ^9 tq| icaji • rn?D^ 

"TRTS ^rnast jn s ^ros? pa? tfaefri y&^n nnx 
nnc^j * *nxfcfl ^?jn T#f *fcn • *n$8 "tso \)$£ 

•# sfcrn S«i ' Tiy X3 xhn ^nunn m : ffjij tfaj 

... T _ . j • > ^ T T T . T . . j _ T V | V •• -• 

• yjpQ npv;. SipV njgp pan * ^nia *rrfasfo ;bp 
PX$i Sx fprn ^75 3*9 s ^ix y#j?n d? 1 ? pn 

|?Tj53 spW? a #0- * ^W *3ft0 TJPP ^^ ' ^ 



167 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

from wrath ; this they request in secret prayer, only moving 
the lip; withhold not their earnest desire. Thy name, 
living God, is glorified among them. May they be inscribed 
by thee to a happy life ; for it is manifest, that with thee is 
the fountain of life. look on our captivity y and answer us, 
and enlighten our eyes. 

n^twrr Hear our prayer, Lord, hearken to the voice 
of our supplication. Be attentive to the voice of our cry, 
our King, and our God, for unto thee we pray. may 
thine ear be attentive, and thine eyes open, to hear the 
prayer of thy servants, and thy people Israel. 

l^nbN Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 



nwn N2N I beseech thee, glorious and tremendous 
God, to pardon the iniquity of this people, who declare thy 
praise ; for the sake of thy glorious name incline thine ear, 
to hearken to the cry and the prayer which thy servant 
prayeth in thy presence. I draw nigh this day, to give 
thanks to thy name, and to make confession of my sins, and 
the sins of thy people ; and when I offer the words of my 
supplication before the ark of thy covenant, hear thou in 
heaven thy established abode. Lo, I stand trembling, 
because of the weight, of mine iniquities ; my transgressions 
are abundant, and my sins are many ; I, therefore, will take 
with me the words which thou didst teach [Moses] the meek, 
to appease thee, Eternal God, thou who art my refuge. 
suffer the cry of my supplication to approach thee, and 
despise not the meanest messenger of thy servants. thou 
who art merciful, give ear to the voice of the cry of those 
who supplicate thee ; prepare their heart, and let thine ear 
oe attentive. thou who art good, withhold not the ways 
of thy mercy from us, but conduct thyself towards us 
according to thy tender mercy, so that the affliction of our fast 
may be accounted as an offering in thy presence. deliver 






: hm uvh nnw nbsn nop 

xD nsa : wnxan hy nam «Wi • utMyn era 

♦ cmxJbtD ^aa unntoi Dpi • onx&n wsfc DHirrafc 
ny&Bh • Dwnn y^ D^san Sa opn cm? 1 xS 

t^;-t; t t • : Jvt; .._- T j T T 

TJsfc nretaab no Snn s Dn^an nx d^bti to 

| v t ; i ! " • T " • t t • : v • - t - | • 

1X3 xj • nSrca w;a nnxan Sa T^m ' n^na 

t: t t ; ]":*•: t - t J • : - : t • j 

ctay *xa S| to ws ■ ^ajm ^sx |r©a aatf 

♦ spW '#£3*? r-ix^n • nn^n ^y *a • ^ 
nnn bx 1 ) ♦ ^r^P c® ^9513 n? *npf i nnSip 
ahfirp Drnn |vv * ^jTJt "JJS nwi fjai&j ^xi 
x? pap : nnxp Sx) n^i na^pn j , -iron my 

♦ ijflfe) nyt?? n^x n-tfj nx? jsj nipsn • sjara rmflis 
sjjgfijp dx *a ttjgeb xb • D*flft| filing *Q ^n mm 

^ *a ♦ f^rri «td ^y bj£ p^f? spwatf rrtfn 
: ^sy. bfij spfy. by xnpj 

(Say from 3»V ^C Sk to "jUnp SaS page 164) 

bx atjyttj bi* nrixn uny;\^ » unban n$?# 
unban wrcn un-n na^pn pnx * nyatf : Bhnn 
brriih bxn d*&$pi *rtb« *? xux : nffia *nafc> xba 

T - •• T • - T - v: t; t t t ; • •• ; • ; 

bx yb#b tmm spygj *WP ^\M ^ TO? «WI 
*. W^. *pKH *peiy nban 

Then say each of the following verses : — 

msas " * n5?itt?>n *b * n« crro • Man b« • c^n f^n-i 



168 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

us, and pardon all our sins. Pardon, I beseech thee, those 
who confess their sins before thee ; cleanse, and purify them 
from all their filthines3 ; dismiss not empty from thy 
presence, those who supplicate thee, but hear their prayer 
from heaven. Pardon, I beseech thee, those who entreat thee 
for pardon, and cast all their sins into the depths of the sea ; 
as thou didst aforetime, hearken to the prayer of the beloved 
man; thus, we beseech thee to hearken to our prayer, 
Lord. Turn from thy fierce anger and wrath, that the 
world may know thy name, and that pardon is with thee. 
Lord, forgive the sins of those who seek thy presence. 
visit thy peculiarly beloved people with mercy, and do 
not despise and abhor the afflictions of the poor of thy 
congregation, Thou wilt have mercy on Zion, and wilt yet 
choose Jerusalem: Lord, be graciously attentive, and 
grant our requests ; delay not. Gather, I beseech thee, thy 
dispersed sheep, and visit this vine, and the vineyard which 
thy right hand hath planted. most Merciful, hasten, I 
beseech thee, the salvation of those who long for thee; not 
for our sake, but for thy sake God. Hear the voice of 
our cry, and be entreated of us by our prayer. Cause thy 
divine presence to return to Zion, and may thy mercy be 
moved towards thy people, for thy city and thy people are 
called by thy name. 

mnw Hear our prayer, Eternal, and be attentive to 
our cry; be not silent to our cry ; be not silent to our 
tears. Hearken to the righteous, Lord; attend to our 
loud cry; give ear to our prayer, which we now deliver 
with unfeigned lips. Lord God of heaven, thou great 
and tremendous God, we beseech thee now to let thine 
ear be attentive, and thine eyes be open ; to hear the 
prayer of thy servants, and thy people Israel. 
vol. ii. 22 



• t • v v | v t • I : v • t • : •• v: t t 

♦ ♦njntf; iy *^r« u$te • ny;59 Sip 1 ? ntsn ^?k 

♦ <8Jh jny T& ppo * $|#3 ufaj sj^gj Tfl btt 
T??? : *j^| nix 5 • *rb>9 1313 l ?W^ nn? 
Tja ♦ *$$ b^ij3R3 IIP ^3 # ^?^ *Ofl TTJ? 

♦ v-TDro T&ma D'm&a d^ nnx * ttdh tfpn 1 ? 

| v x -: - | v -; - : • : • t t | v t -: ).••-: 

: ran Dwa ^ru » • nw tow toaK dk D3£k 

)•••;- • - t - t t: I v ■ •: t ; t • t ; t 

•> • - • t ; • t t : t: 

♦ ttsnrip S^3 ^s* D^pv • d^o *pi&g ifhfsfr 

: ...... | v t : | : " ▼ • - t - t • ) : t : rt 

$sfti j nj^i Tm *&# * *W! ^ n ^?i n ^i 

Bin • unt^ spjpn ugrn ana wrj • uxip3 
^S&n ny;#in \\ ; ugnia ^3 &|&inpH ukhk 
1 wlto wm wtotf » ww : u*op Din «3»! 

W^ ^1531 * ^3 *p?$?n D P^ *pfi#3 dfftfl 

:&) nS nS>3 opOT ♦ Tfoffr ^fei Di*n D^pjrrc 
5 • nw$ ifcnun? W} cnpyj • Th$? ^3 *pti| 






109 MORNING SERVICE FOR THB DAT OP ATONEMENT, 

l^nbtf Our God and the God of our ancestors. 



«3W God of my praise, I will pour out my bitter 
prayer before thee ; incline thine ear to my supplication, 
Omnipotent God, the strength of my salvation. my 
King, when I cry towards thy holy oracle, sweeten the 
bitter ill savour of my wickedness ; blot out and pardon my 
weighty transgression, Eternal, who art my light and 
salvation. my Creator, who brought me forth from my 
mother s~ womb, when I bow the knee before thee, regard 
not my perverse pollution, but purify and whiten the stain 
of my trespass. Lord, hear my voice in the morning. 
We approach thee, to solicit thy kindness : both fathers and 
children depend on thy mercy and tender kindness. Verily, 
although thy pious servants fail, and are no more, yet is thy 
tender mercy great, Eternal, above the heavens. Great 
and small, with one consent, draw nigh, they low and stray, 
because of the evil. Return, and comfort us, and let thy 
merciful attribute be moved towards us, to compassionate 
us, Lord, who art the invincible warrior. The day of* 
atonement is eminent above all days, to effect the expiation 
of those who have been borne from the womb ; may the 
ensnaring sins be cast into the deep abyss; thy word, 
Lord, is established in heaven. We knock at thy gates ; 
our Beloved and Friend, raise and lift us up from our low 
and humble estate; make us know thy ways, and awaken 
thy mercy to exalt us ; Lord, teach us thy paths. Turn 
us unto thee; hearken when we call; let our prayer be 
pleasant this day, and shew us thy tender mercy. Lo, we 
come to be shielded in thy shadow, our Creator. Save 
us, Lord ; answer us, King, when we call upon thee. 
Those who trust in thee spread forth their hands towards 
thee. Have regard to the association of their name with thy j 
name; may they be written and sealed in thy noted book 
of life, that they may glorify thy name, Lord. Those! 
who are thy portion, cry aloud this day in arranging thy 
praise; they cry unto thee with dissimulation, lest they 
might depreciate thy glory. Accept their cry, and repairj 
their breach ; thy memorial, Lord, mdureth throughout 



: ni3D nvS nnnp rtan yp 

an Tpfl • ^R rtpyp h njjrj : nni f£ ^391 
♦ ip3^ ek&D #w nai tto *n • ipr«ty nn;&* hi 
c6w| |ty Kb>tt spaa Sk ^ : TpTpp jjffi^ j>§n j 
tzn$M? ^jna • rtaSp rnitf d^is naty? - pi^d 
: hSd ipniytj ^y_ Sjj n#0)n •£ • nSpa 1 ? an&9 
nan?g ^pnn rviaajjj£ • ro nia 1 ? *n ^ ^33 D^aa 
DyOfcftW hit? • nrja ntf; ^TH *&*$ ^30 * ^atf a 1 ? 
*0W ^ f ana niaS hxiw mnBte : m&n " *»b 
mpa ^jr#; rryxp • d*ti&& cna »a ♦aah asm 

: Dniasn 

(Say from n*v -]Sd Sm to ^mp SaS page 164) 

YTtxa • o»n mpo ^ *j : *oy? pfflfp • nn^ri ^ ♦$ 
: »3jp ujnj *npj • uSip * $»# • tw naoj 

Then say each of the following verses :<— 

nuos * • mnowr *b • nw ama • snn bs • n^n T»rn 
: by ab <o • nswin * • •now nisns * • •was 

: whisk *rfot) wgb$$ 
main Dra* wji • r^nj na&ri rm oyn nmi aaa 

I* T T T -; V - r TI T T T T 

n'rai tfrjsri pa D»rj?j pa -i»ij?3 «^ • nSnnn^ 
•511} • nrc vj§ i§?^ rratif? paso irasnn : nSn 
ynai wiprj rvoi • njatf rn-ojn p wm »aab 

t . . •• -:t i • • '-t; • t ; 



170 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

all generations. thou who searchest judgment, and 
revealest its profundity, quickly silence the investigation of 
strife and judgment ; thou living and glorious God, 
hasten thy word; Eternal, for thine own righteousness 
sake, thou art pleased to cleanse them from their sins. Who 
is a God like unto thee, pardoning iniquity, and ever 
forgiving? who directest the transgressors into the beaten 
path, and teachest that which will profit them, by preventing 
their return to folly; salvation belongeth unto the Lord! 
thy blessing be upon thy people for ever. Ye who are 
surnamed the children of the living God, purify your 
hearts, remove perverseness far from you, break the 
haughtiness oiyour hearts, remove the stumbling-block, and 
choose the paths of rectitude, that ye may be cleansed from 
all your sins before the Lord. Happy are ye Israelites, whose 
hearts are pure ; but who cleanses you ; and in whose 
presence are ye cleansed? The hope of Israel is the 
fountain of purifying living waters, in which ye are cleansed, 
on the day of pardoning iniquity, and the expiation of the 
day of atonement. 



^3 Forgiveness is with thee, that thou mayest be revered ? 
for with thee is the fountain of life ; in the light of thy 
countenance shall we see light. Hear our voice, Eternal, 
when we call ; be gracious unto us, and answer us. 



irnbs Our God, and the God of our ancestors, 

H2« 0, this people have sinned a great sin ; their 
iniquities have caused a separation between thee and them ; 
those who could annihilate, and avert the evil decree, are 
no more ; exalt us, as he [Aaron] that stood between the 
living and the dead, and as he [Moses] that drew water, 
1 have been appointed a petitioner, to reconcile and obtain 
pardon from thee, our beloved ; but my heart is faint, 
and I am afraid of the sins I have committed ; I am 
deficient in merit ; and, not having departed from evil from 
my youth, how shall I find grace when the signature of 
my own hand testifieth against me? I am troubled and 



♦39 na riJC : $h ^ n ^ T V*5 Vfin TjrjTtB 

* ^nn) ♦ap atfnj asm ♦bprw tH$?| * <$*i psi ^gh 

• n^ ^r tt^p w^ nyxj pig • ntao aypij pny 
Hipp nw*n img * n^Sc^ vr y* $3f3 "W? w^ 

♦ n^ pp. mjij ng>$? : ^mM ^ : n^ni : nneg ety 
♦rfesp \r\p r ♦ ipia nynj? jftift ^jyrn jhj bib? 
k$2 ^3,% jtrj 1 ? ♦#"} ♦ nwnM abe d^3 j& 
^m D>te ns?i±p Y^i??^ Tlf? 1 ^' : *<$$ ^? 
hx ♦ Dft^Nn Sn njg©i? Dn£e> d?§h W * Q^Sjn 

T • -: : J v t : • t : , 

• M%g& -as? 012™ nyS mib w ♦ dsit « *fc 

■ . .. .- ^-T tt; •; tt; )- 

: D2-ip3 »n *?« 

(Say from 3BV -jSd Vk to -|>mp SsV page 164.) 

* '• ■ « ** J ' S |vt; t 

prt$ cn-j5^ fl??!? i^I t ^np fc&fc Sk $$> 
^1 Vfi ^) n?n ayn ^ Sx jsp ^x • ajj^ 

T - 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

nwns y» ■ rnrwwi *b - sn crra • wan b* • Q vr, T nm 
: by ab *a • r\y>znn « • ^« nwas " • to? 



171 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

terrified, when I consider this in my heart, when the guilt 
of my wickedness and iniquity shall testify against me; my 
righteousness is pollution ; and my elders and teachers 
accounted as impure ; for thine own sake, whiten and clarify 
the guilt of my scarlet and red sins. What can a filthy and 
polluted messenger, who hath angered the Supreme, say I 
His folly is engraven on the tablet of his heart ; how, then, 
can he be deputed an advocate for the public ? His counsel 
is weak; his fountain is dried up and troubled; it is 
destroyed. act according to thine attribute, shewing 
mercy to all flesh ; sink our presumptuous sins, pass by and 
suppress our rejection of instruction ; may the offering of my 
prayer be considered as perfect, and not as imperfect ; may 
it be accepted as the offering of a basket, with the first 
fruits of Genusar. do not shame and confound those 
who hasten to seek thee ; open the lips of those who crave 
their desire of thee ; and do not dumbfound them ; suffer 
them not to stumble in thy presence, as brutish and foolish 
persons, but account them pure ; remove their slander far 
awa}^, and grant them life and health. Lord, hear those 
who know thee, for on thee only do they cast their burden. 
bind up their bruised wound, and let their heart be revived 
for ever ; kindle the fire of their pricking brier, and consume 
their grieving thorn; that all may know, that thou, 
living God, art in the midst of them. 



snn may our prayers come before thee, and hide not 
thyself from our supplications. May they come before thee, 
in thy holy temple. Remember thy servants, Abraham, 
Isaac, and Jacob; hut look not unto the stubbornness of 
this people ; nor its wickedness, nor its sin. 



j tim dvS rmnp rfrsn nyp 

tfttf^ ^ *"$! ' TTS nC? ^9? 0*30 ytfa 1 ? 
man n«a : *pDm M T& m ^ T • T^* 3fi| 

t ; v •• | v t -: - t: | v -: - I •• ) v t - : ; 

tt^Bte nn&i written main 1 ? ki eh*!? ♦ tnunren 

'- t ; v : •• - • -: - : t t : • -: - : 

x3 mm : tPjifefa nm db nwi Sx • d^m 

t •• : ~ • • -: t r J • - • t -:- 

: una ^nn? nan Sk nb] • wryn** n*T3 pek ^yja 1 ? 
H n£«& «£&i rt9K f p^K. it© f^ *3fife pB| 
V? ^Q # IwJ jta#H «033] «3 ft9?D • pa#01 

pp • orrtfl ugfctt D*?n ^r\p wyt? t jiy r ^in 
no Sk w9?y& yra n* • urbto ata mmi «n^« 
nuto Sy_ U5B> nya : unjs nsy r % | tdj • arrjin 

• n^aS d^ik T3 rtwsteb tow txd • mnvS wddk 

: • • : - ; t • : • : - •% t ~ -: - •• -: 

• mpnn Sk wn paijn Wun ^ top &$g& *6 
upu$ ttSfttt : nap Sk nutty u«1#) nxtan 
i-hm *o • nmm id 1 ? nraa n*)Tyi • n*n D^iya 

■•: t t •• ; • t t: t^v: t • t t * •• 

: nm u^ T3| ^en| • (rjp, w oy n^^n Sk sp» 
n^^ ^np T yfp • dtsii npnvi ivy iw h;^ 

• dtjji otyaffj ■ n'jtf TE *|W my • tnas ^w» 
nS$ri Sk psrtj *j % 35 : d^j? n^f? ^TK ^ 



172 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

^nb« Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 



N2N remember thy servants, Abraham, Isaac, and 
Jacob, and pardon the transgressions of those who return to 
thee with all their heart ; we beseech thee to look and 
compassionate us, according to thine abundant mercy ; 
remember thy mercy and kindness, Lord ! thou who art 
most high and exalted, look down from thy heavenly abode, 
and view the oppression of those who stand before thee, 
fasting and supplicating; we beseech thee, cause our sins 
to pass by as the clouds, and blot out our transgressions ; 
remember not our former sins. shew us the salvation 
of our hope ; and suffer not our hope to be as a puff of the 
breath of life ; we beseech thee to grant our request for thy 
sake, and for the sake of thy covenant with our fathers ; 
remember us, and break not thy covenant with us. Our 
heart crieth unto thee, because of abundant affliction ; our 
soul is grieved for fear of the account and judgment; we 
beseech thee to wash and cleanse us, and we shall be whiter 
than snow; and remember not our iniquity for ever. We 
have strayed from the paths of life; we have behaved 
foolishly, and acted perversely ; we therefore are lost, and 
as a dead person so are we forgotten. Lord, punish us 
not according to our evil deeds ; remember we are but dust. 
When we returned to the commission of the iniquities of 
our ancestors, we were then given and delivered into the 
hands of our enemies, for a spoil. cast us not off, nor 
search the very depth of judgment ; for the sake of thy 
great name, remember not the sins and transgressions of 
our youth. Thou hast ever been our Shield and Refuge, 
and didst help us in time of trouble ; we beseech thee, 
according to thy attribute of goodness, not to forget the people 
which thou hast formed, but remember thou us, according to 
thy tender mercy. Eedeem the residue of the captivity of 
Zion in righteousness, and cause them to rejoice in thy holy 
mountain, and in thy house of prayer. redeem them 
the second time, as in the days of old ; remember thy 
congregation which thou hast purchased of old. We beseech thee 
to regard favourably the prayer of thy servants, who testily 
that there is none besides thee ; behold those who reproach 



: ?$a nvb mnp nban #p 

pg K3 nan ♦ ifproj n^i^ D3 J31D) * *${&« ta$0 

♦ y?wi?b) non ty$ r\m$ • |r^ r ^rnb if $v Diyp 

: ^3y_ rn nqnS rnrjj ? ^13?, ^ T^® rt #£) 

(Say from 3VV "|Sd Sk to -|Wlj3 SsS page 164.) 

w -, • «• t t t : - : • t - | •• : • - v: •• -: :|t : 

t t • : • : **i v: | | " ' • T T 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

msns * • roicm "b ■ n« cn^ r snn b« • o*m twi 
: by «b »a • rwanrr * r n^s rnsns * * laa? 

pt&*3 • ran®& fTJg^D • erarnn pa x^ 
bs ^npn3 hff^j : d^? rrin ipn*3 4 d^ij ^pnitt? 
by Tom w* S«n ♦ d*dj« da raft* • cw&n 

w- 1 v - : - ...... T • ^t: -; • •• -: • -; — 

nnisn : dot toq n^a oyS bnoi rbz • raw 

.... . T I : • : v -: *- : - : - : • -: 

^V3 83$ 133^ * naaiefri r\$b nn$ ♦ wawriji wfc 

♦ yb-te cm to?? : nawto t^k 5 uytfn • r\ywh 

.-- - I --IT T t: I V - T« .. . -; T •• " 

♦ nhby by hd«3 wby ao Sian • vhrm Map nn* 

♦ nninip c^jb wS$? pnj nint? : b^?|i3 ^0 nm ^3 

♦ Dnn DDay ?mp ^jn % : onsai nnntD ova tf£te 

• t ; v t ^« I; t ^: - • • •% • : t~; ™ : * s 

nynty n2tyn nS ^ : ona mWa irns^ mini n^n 

•'-•.. 1 _.. . . T ., "t; t: ••* 



I 



173 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

and blaspheme thy glorious name ; Lord, remember the 
reproach of thy servants. We beseech thee to raise up the 
porch of the house of thy divine presence, and establish thy 
throne [thy footstool] ; exalt now the horn of thy people : 
remember us, Lord, with the favor that thou bearest unto 
thy people. Omnipotent, make known thy power unto 
thy servants, and vex thine enemies, who oppress the 
beloved ; act graciously with us, and with thine annointed, and 
let the work of salvation appear to thy servants ; remember 
the mercies of thy servant David. 

I3bnpn God of our righteousness, answer us when we 
call ; in trouble hast thou enlarged us ; be gracious, and 
hear our prayer. Answer us, Lord, for thy kindness is 
good ; turn unto us, according to thine abundant mercy. 
Lo, he hath not despised nor abhorred the affliction of the 
poor, neither hath he hid his face from him ; but when he 
cried unto him, he heard. 

irnbtf Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

N3W I beseech thee, Lord of mercy, to look down from 
thy heavens, and regard the merit of him [Abraham] who 
walked before thee, and was perfect ; and for his righteousness 
remove the stain of our sins. mighty God! when thou 
searchest all the works, our trespasses, and also our 
provocations, may thy tender mercy be moved towards those 
who have been borne and exalted by thee ; forgive and pardon 
the people who take refuge in thy shadow. thou who 
openest the gates of repentance, open the gate to the backsliding 
daughter [Israel], that we may then return, and abide in 
thy shadow. Turn thou us, Lord, unto thee, and we 
shall be turned. We this day cry unto thee, both small and 
great : have compassion on us, as fathers compassionate 
their children ; for thou suppportest the fallen. thou 
most pure, sprinkle clean water upon us, and cleanse us on 
this pure day of atonement. Thou hast instructed us, saying, 
Take with you words ; may the free-will offering of our lips 
be as acceptable as the rendering of calves. For thou wilt 
not forget the oath of thy right hand, nor the forgiveness 






: mss ah rmrw nSsn nyp 

• ^d 1 ? dk *a ^ms»V nS : ^jrj v #g nri^W * ^5J 

nn^ • rutin nw ^d : spion hnp bih ^ra piSd 

- ; • t t - : t • I v -: - 1 : t : - : - : 

W$ nhsh • n#3 r\m ny& jjg) : naehtf 1 ? nj dv 
TSl rrjjjo • ni-ij?nn^ dtc 1 ? ia nnne> : nj# ^ dik 

• ro*B|$ ^x ao Kb y#$ jiy T : nunp ysvh y# 
b$\ ■ nye* dvb uS nn§ : map 1 ? ng T£ ijm# 
un • -ijnyn n*?sn Sk tq n^a n« * nyo ug#* 
x pim Dim ♦» • pinna dvh «Oj? t tjj nwia 
: puna unWi Y-^ ^V£ * P*# ^p 1 ? n 3W1 Dm 

*mj? wasp Sapij : dwwj «k nw • D*«yi *38# 

ne^b n«?a ovn «t&an nnn Sxi : • msb 

: D^Dp 

(Say from StfV -jSd Sk to *ymp SaS page 164.) 

ntej nSrias w$? : ^fjn 'rtap n^ai 'njptf 5 ^rj 
: *n#» jyjD 1 ? nnbipn sjgjj ^ : T»a tb v : *U?81 

Then say each of the following verses:— 

: by «b •a # nswirr * ■ now ni«ss * • lans 

• d*diid *5#d ntra • dwhto n tn^ e m :m k-ik 
^fn^ &rr\ • oww *nn$a eha spwk a^j 

• rm unixn *»i • *ny ^n« am : owa S^d 

I v : I •• t -: - t : | v^t t t ; • • t : t • 

• tt mjna wnnKtf r^n * VTDni * T^ 1 "^ "^t 

I %'t - 1 ' ' : I - - I v t -:- t: I v -: t : 






174 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

for which the meek one [Moses] supplicated thee ; not for 
our sake, but for thine own sake, forgive and pardon the 
whole congregation of thy multitude. Of all the days of 
the year, was this day chosen for those who are compared 
to the lily : it was ordained once in the year, to pardon the 
transgressions of thy people. Thou didst command us to 
fast and afflict ourselves, and from even unto even pour out 
supplications ; we beseech thee to pardon iniquity and 
transgression, thou God of truth, that we may declare thy 
praise for ever and ever. Open the gate for , us this day, 
and suffer not Satan to beat us down, thou Eock ; regard 
the prayer of those who are like the heath ; accept us as a 
father does a favourite child. We this day approach thee 
with supplications ; most Merciful and Gracious, have 
compassion, and hearken to the voice of our speech ; may our 
prayer be pleasant and graceful before thee. Open the 
gates of mercy for us from heaven ; accept the supplications 
of those who are the fewest of people, and for the sake of 
the three perfect ones [the three patriarchs], despise not 
our prayer this day. 

~pbs Unto thee have I cried, and in the morning my 
prayer shall come before thee. My soul is troubled 
exceedingly ; but thou, Lord, how long ? For pardon is 
with thee, that thou mayest be feared. 

•wnbtf Our God and the God of our ancestors. 

WDS We beseech thee, Lord of pardon and mercy, to 
look from heaven, on us, who approach thee, as the poor 
that knock at the gates of thy palaces ; seek to justify us 
from all sins. Lo, we are come to address thee, for all 
our desire is before thee; Lord, remember thy tender 
kindness and mercy ; deliver our residue from the 
infliction of thy hand. With the word of our mouth have we 
framed error; we took counsel to pollute ourselves with 



: tim nrh mnp nSsn nyp 

tins pV # now? n& »8 w# 8^1 r wj?#w 

♦ ^y y#$fc k? x& * W 3°? W&V B$j?J? 15 

•?jnSri3 S^n^p otup » ny_# ^ni ny pn fjgf^ n§v 

WBflK ri$# njsf : nyn ^ pS nni^s? nn • nyuo 

ip *j nx^ • VQtrr^ cflsto? y^n) ya?> ♦ WJ05J 

: D*mna ^p urar ^§n? # a*rn&3 brtjlg 

(Say from StfV "|So S» to "^Kip SaS page 164.) 

ik : unanna tbym Ski • unWi tW? Nhn 
^nip Sy. &£ ?a • y??i n^iy p*jy ^5? pnn 
mVxaa •n^Wnn • XfisUfa wan uamn swfa : ana 

: n T " : :T " v-: r s • — - t t 

: nSiy 1 ? nS ^y ^ 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

: by «b "a * nvwn * * na?« msns $ ' ^2227 

raj tap • nntf n^'n nia* ^a nt nv man 

• : t- tt- : t» v t;-t 

rmys yiSj? • rtir# natorii Dint yn • jwib^ in^mni 
ms • aj#a Siy Tjsfjj spa dk jpnjf : ra$top hib 
t=y T w Sx sg^*? p^| ^ cyw nseen asni 
rmnjttD *n ^3 ni#$3 : djjot ski ^ki? na^ 



175 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

presumptuous and ignorant sins ; our years are consumed 
in affliction, as a tale that is told ; our eyes therefore flow 
without ceasing. Because of the cry of the needy, who 
stand before thee, grant their hope, thou who art glorious ; 
and, for the sake of thy glorious name, we beseech thee to 
pardon the transgression of thy people ; despise not their 
affliction, when thou shalt rise up to judgment. regard 
the prayer of those who are like the heath ; look to receive 
the supplication of the people who knock at thy gates ; they 
were purchased for the lot of thine inheritance from their 
youth ; do not shake out the spirit of their soul in judgment. 
Accept the prayer of those who cry aloud and sigh ; hear, 
and accept them as the sweet savour of the burnt-offerings ; 
thou seest that we trust in thee ; search for our merits 
in thy wide-extended heavens. 



W^n may our prayers come before thee, and hide not 
thyself from our supplications. Then wilt thou be pleased 
with the sacrifice of righteousness, with burnt-offerings, and 
whole burnt-offerings ; then shall they offer bulls on thine 
altar. He will turn again, he will have compassion on us, 
he will suppress our iniquities. Yea, thou wilt cast all our 
sins into the depths of the sea ; into a place where they shall 
not be remembered, nor visited, nor thought of, for ever. 



irnb« Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

ri*:Nn Thou didst delight in this day, above all days of 
the year; thou didst call its name Atonement, and didst 
give it for an inheritance to those who are compared to the 
rose, the filthiness of their evil doings, and their ill-savoured 
sin, shalt thou cast as lead into the sea, that they may no 
more be found. Though the yoke of their transgression be 
firm and conspicuous, yet, turn unto them ; look, and hearken 
to their prayer ; when thy poor come to be judged by thee, 
do not abhor them ; have respect to their flowing tears. 
The souls of all living are deposited in thy hand; thou 
alone art King and Judge, and when thou art pleased to 
visit man, and contend with him in judgment, it is not in 



• oSiy cyS btq DHpm. rvoia • D^iya 1#$ ^971 
S:n t^o dvpi nniDT • nby3& ntfia Ehm man 
*|3 man • nmn grj?!i dS§3 nbp^J? d«1 • fifrgw 

• nwvk nrrSp tfatp Kjrn p? • man ng^ pro 

• ngpb ib>v p^a mag: J niaaf? \m hx yfyj rhm 
u-ot ♦ nan wo nw na*n ■ nam tfwi pbd& Tn& 

•• : t •• t I - : -: t •• •• t ••: •■: I • : - : 

jwpi pn ■ nb^a NTJH raito 1 ? utjj : -l^ga am) D*$f? 
wgriHri f^pj ' n^sp BBW tijjri ajn • n^p hk 

iff) • tf5R! ^3^1 Hto^n uSpga : H^*? % |3©S?3 
Vk • own wfeo ^y Si&n jok • dwi nam ^n&n 

(Say from 3W -^So Sk to -pnp SsS page 164.) 

xh) nib nfe>g! neta pjja pn* |V tan« ♦$ 

ys£ : ^j/p njnn Sy nr$ri\ ^ prR> a# : atom 
: «»i ^n inpj ttSip 2 

- -:- -t t| : - •• J t: 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

niwas * • nn^n »b • nw crro • snn bw • o*m yam 

ra£ wx anp *3 *?np • nbia nnjK im 
ifr) aib nfap i0t pKj pnv r» cnx *? • rapgus? 



176 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

the power of any creature to stand in thy presence. May 
thine everlasting mercy attend us ; bestow thy beneficent 
kindness and tender mercy on the people^br whose sake the 
world existeth ; search and seek for the rectitude of their 
works ; and suffer not their merit to be hidden from thy 
presence this day. And when thou weighest them in the 
balance, if their sins should preponderate, incline then the 
scale of righteousness, and through thine abundant goodness 
bring forth their judgment pure as the sun; grant them 
ample pardon, and suffer not the sparkling coals of thy love 
to them to be quenched. May the upright advocate stand 
up to plead for us ; expel the accuser, put him to shame, 
and confound him ; restrain anger, and annihilate wrath : 
remember to write us in the book of life. Remember 
us for good, thou who art tremendous in works ; be 
exceedingly gracious to thy peculiarly beloved people; be 
gracious unto us, and answer us, thou who hearest prayer ; 
and cast our sins into the depths of the sea. behold our 
trouble, and silence wrath ; in thy fierce anger, remember 
mercy ; we beseech thee to have compassion on those who 
were borne by thee, from the womb; Omnipotent King, 
who sittest on the throne of mercy. 

"»3 For there is not a righteous man upon earth, that 
doeth good, and sinneth not. Turn from thy fierce wrath, 
and repent thee of evil against thy people. Lord, hear 
our voice, when we call ; be gracious unto us, and answer us. 

i2>nbN Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

ones DY» This day of atonement hath been ordained to 
purify and remove the scent of the ill-savoured sin; 
dissolve the bands of our yoke : when thou shalt contend with 
thy congregation, I beseech thee to judge them according 
to thy righteousness ; for there is not a righteous man upon 
the earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not. On this day 
of atonement, be entreated of us by our prayer ; wash the 

vol. ii. 23 



j msD dvS nnnp nSsn typ 

Ssi T^o ovn Dni^T • Dbysa iBha trm ^pr\ 

| v t : • - t : t *§ : • f : I -: 

sj3 ntsT) • main *jn?!l dS§3 dS^ji dni • D*?jnn 

* 1§p^ T^P J"^£ TOJP : H123 1 ? JJJJ5 ^K f?9Q r^HJ 

urtjt ? nan aw tob n^n * ism eh:n roaDQ nrfi 
]inri jin : riihi «TP naitof? UTpt : nap? nin3 D^n 1 ? 
wn«&n Tbtfni • hVen yai# usn ujn • rtao dik 
tfe • tf&$ ^^ npjg *£«?83 •• ^& *j??R? 
Vk • own wfco Sy Sot jok • frann naw ^nan 
: tiixn N&3 hy, a#v "Afi 



(Say from 3WV "]So Sk to ^nnp SdS page 164.) 

t&i nib nfev neta pas trot m tnx •} 

: umi uan inq tif?ip 2 

..... .. T T 1 . . .. j T . 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

niwas * • rrown *b ■ ns crro • snn bw • o*m T&rn 
: bs «b >a ■ rtv^win * ■ vihtn nisss v> * 12223? 

p^6 mx yy} % 3 ^p # n&ia nm wi 

I . . . TT • T • . T | . T . % -. ... 

vb) aits n^y s ! ^ pna p^v px anx ^3 • n^§i^ 



176 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

the power of any creature to stand in thy presence. May 
thine everlasting mercy attend us ; bestow thy beneficent 
kindness and tender mercy on the people/<?r whose sake the 
world existetk ; search and seek for the rectitude of their 
works ; and suffer not their merit to be hidden from thy 
presence this day. And when thou weighest them in the 
balance, if their sins should preponderate, incline then the 
scale of righteousness, and through thine abundant goodness 
bring forth their judgment pure as the sun; grant them 
ample pardon, and suffer not the sparkling coals of thy love 
to them to be quenched. May the upright advocate stand 
up to plead for us ; expel the accuser, put him to shame, 
and confound him ; restrain anger, and annihilate wrath : 
remember to write us in the book of life. Kemember 
us for good, thou who art tremendous in works ; be 
exceedingly gracious to thy peculiarly beloved people; be 
gracious unto us, and answer us, thou who hearest prayer; 
and cast our sins into the depths of the sea. behold our 
trouble, and silence wrath ; in thy fierce anger, remember 
mercy ; we beseech thee to have compassion on those who 
were borne by thee, from the womb ; Omnipotent King, 
who sittest on the throne of mercy. 

"O For there is not a righteous man upon earth, thaf^ 
doeth good, and sinneth not. Turn from thy fierce wrath, 
and repent thee of evil against thy people. Lord, hear 
our voice, when we call ; be gracious unto us, and answer us, 

l^nbs Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

anQD DY» This day of atonement hath been ordained U 
purify and remove the scent of the ill-savoured sin; ( 
dissolve the bands of our yoke : when thou shalt contend wit! 
thy congregation, 1 beseech thee to judge them accordim 
to thy righteousness ; for there is not a righteous man upoi 
the earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not. On this da? 
of atonement, be entreated of us by our prayer; wash th 



r 






i -nsa ah nnw rtan »w, 

♦ npDa ^ wiprrp w?n hy_ • injaa DDaa ^ 
"*§ • iTJ nnsa dp » « : rqg e$£ nn^D wn 
*#> ^ . nbp] e^a 103 ^ ^ . ^ £ ^ Dn 
: nb'an) np£ <?x ojiu k$ . ^ ^ ^^ 
DDunnS ^*r • Dians H "H? • nj Dnsa' dp •■« 
«ft • dmn3 ^ utapn? xtsn hy_ • D j rf? run 

" t t : 

iari • nj onaa dp n« « : hdj ib*x ^ u$#g 
«Mg# NDn ^ : prrn ^ -^ p 13 . px L, ^ 
OP ». » : vgn nnm nm WN , ^ _£ 

JQ jfT^ pub. • dj^i ia ynni did* . n? onaa 
'a UT3 ni$ k$ . oe* ^ u^ Nt?n ^ , ^ 

7SS • R$) pan na\ • n; ansa dp «■ » : nap 
k» • m> p^ »?^ son Sa • |t# rm^| j»an 

: . v*w mar • nj onsa dp «• « : ntpba rra# ocn 
1 mn hy_ • nnj?^ in?*? top^n T pxu '• nm g£ 

«fc ffl*# . n-,^D n&p pna^ • nj V-}$j"dv 
^ • ma p^jj u^ NJ?n ^ . n ^ m ^ 

^ H«l p^X p* D-TN »J : ND3D ft£^ ^ pap 

(Say from MW ft) S» to -pry. S2S page 164. 

T|!rj nay ^vn . nn ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ 3 ^ 
5 ujnajpi D'ju-fo onpaS 



177 MORNING SERVICE FOB THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

sins of thy people, as with soap ; for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, in secret, we beseech thee to grant 
forgiveness to the afflicted soul. For there is not a righteous 
man, &c. On this day of atonement, I depend on thy tender 
mercy ; I am driven along lightly as the beaten parched corn ; 
for the sin which we have committed against thee publicly, 
we beseech thee not to look at, or regard our iniquity. For there 
is not, &c. On this day of atonement, when the sentence of 
judgment is recorded, grant a banner to be displayed to 
those who fear thee ; for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by compulsion ; we beseech thee to pass by 
our inclination to transgression. For there is not a righteous 
man, &c. This day of atonement was ordained to cleanse 
the internal and external of the scorner, when he forsakes 
his evil way ; for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, willingly, we beseech thee to hide it in the nethermost 
recess. For there is not a righteous man, &c. On this day 
of atonement, the good and the bad actions, both of the 
righteous and the wicked, are noted; pardon the sins for 
which we are bound to bring a trespass-offering ; we beseech 
thee to take hold of our hand, for it is declining. For there 
is not, &c. This day of atonement is to admonish those 
who are perverse and rebellious, to demand the trespass, 
with the gift of security ; for the sin for which we are bound 
to bring an offering ; we beseech thee to compassionate the 
remnant that hath escaped. For there is not, &c. On this 
day of atonement, shalt thou search for the merit of the 
children who are doomed to death ; and quiet the fear and 
dread of those who implore thee to pardon the sin, for which 
we have incurred the penalty of death ; we beseech thee to 
enlighten those who dwell in darkness. For there is not, &c. 
This day of atonement is to be observed as a sabbath-day of 
rest ; the sins committed ignorantly, are expiated by the 
officiating priest ; but for the sin for which we have incurred 
the penalty of excision, we beseech thee to account the 
words of our lips as sweet incense. For there is not a 
righteous man on the earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not. 

Hft What avail is there in our blood, when we go down 
to the pit? Shall the dust praise thee? Shall it declare 
thy truth? That thou shouldest search for our iniquities, 
and seek for our sins ; and that thou shouldest visit us every 
morning, and try us every moment ? 



: i«d ash mnw nSsn nj?p 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

mans * • nsnt^n "b * ns cms • «nn bs • D'an T^rn 
: bv wb vi * rrswn * • >na?« m«as w • m? 

: ni^n ba pin rwaa • onpsfe wv$ ^j?M pn« 
S^vri : Dip ^9; ^ irm ; Dinn. dk njp&ty spa 
#1 : p^n 1 ? few tl5| #t oao • &|>#&3 hiatp nj| 

♦ rtein nya • Enpa mix nianb • nnno nn^o • i»n* 

: t • mm •• :J • : :t t t; t •• • ; 

nr\uh di* ^99 *W#! ' ^itffc rwjh9 ♦ ^.9 pap 
i y*\r)rh* ^tife v}*h * t?8 epte * nh^ ni • i^sn 1 ? 
: i&nS mrb ' 1133 ttfcf! i#$2 • 1foJ$ Sy_ H8R ova 
kS : nagS ftS# 1ft • rvaiaqayi drs * WR ^9 y_3^ 
nnp T : nS jiiJSft nsv * nn pnvy$ fft$ n;?s> • bippH 
xs&n *r# : D*jjBh nn^ra nmn ♦ D*pimb nm 

• 2^7^? ^U? mD D : *T$-*? Q P- &?^3 pix * ^?#3 
1313 # i#v J^SB xh fcpn • pap?&& pt?pD5 *|rcp 
*& ♦ ttjri* ^ ^?S^n : bb^iw*? y_wn ^k$? 
uwprn ttxsn • ^nWa uS nnyn • uSsSsn nm 

t I T - •• : V •• T • : • T m T • ...... T - 

^wi flee * *33ira?3 aT?u ^9 * dws n£b 

nv; 1 ? k$ ■ *#££ xS ^tr • pjgnjj pin : w&^p* 



* 
f 






(Say from arv ^So S» to ytnp SaS page 164) 



178 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

l^nbN Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

pis Lord ! when thou dost visit man every morning, 
wring not the extensions of judgment to the dregs. If thou 
ehouldest contend with body and soul, they would be cast 
down, and not. be able to rise. Can man be purified in 
judgment, if he is not possessed of good deeds to justify 
him? The extension of the semen, whence he hath been 
conceived, is a fetid moisture; and which is hidden within 
him, and lieth in wait to ensnare him from the time that he 
is born. He is hidden, and lurketh as a snare to his feet ; 
he enticeth him daily, to cause him to fall into the pit. 
There is no power or might in the body to rise up, or stand 
against him. From the time that he has attained the years 
of discretion, he procureth his bread at the peril of his life. 
All his life, he is satiated with vexation and sorrow ; he is 
not at rest, until he returneth to the dust. Lord, have 
regard to the sorrowing soul; look at the broken-hearted. 
Thou art near to those who are afar off ; thou desirest the 
repentance of the wicked. Almighty, be found of those 
who seek thee ; say unto those who desire thee, " Lo, here 
I am." May those who call on thy name, hear the glad 
tidings, " I have pardoned ;" justify in judgment, the people 
who proclaim thy unity. Dumbfound the filthy one [Satan], 
that he may not cause our condemnation ; be wrath with 
the accuser, that he may not accuse us. Kaise up for us an 
upright advocate; and cause the backsliders to hear the 
expression, I have found a ransom. We have cast our burthen 
upon thee ; we, therefore, beseech thee to sustain us. 
be entreated of us, by our prayer; fulfil our request and 
desire with mercy. In thee we place our confidence ; hasten 
and prepare thy mercy for us. thou who art strong and 
mighty, we have not forgotten thy name; we beseech thee 
never to forget us. 



t iisa ath mne> rrSsn bjfo 

a^jjea : &$$i »3 ffjx jai • tinam ♦$ estog na 
: pas;: n 1 ? v-jas?a jn : ajnap ta^) > tr^fc 
ijrtj * pW» pis r» dtn »| : rrriw o*t va*6aai 

: kbit th\ aiB nk's?; 

Then say each of the following verses:— 

n*c» "•• ns W n "b • as cms -nan Vn • un TD m 
: •?» Kb »3 • ny^in « • •hbn nisas *■ • 12037 

: Otro« viSxi wrfcx 

133 « pna^ DK bjOfi 1|"3P13 • p-tp-r DK p jHN 

T?$Sa p • ST>g& xava pjn <sn : p-jr *6 spj§& 
pa np-m no? ; nSiy d£s nrntf e^ . n^tfi crtjaji 
5 0581 Bae^a Nan ha aiB • «^ ^ X t?n . ^ 
STii »nfe^> • wh$ ro? spejri ana • «^ ^ ^ 

• nii ?1i?1 P« cvyirrj • ntieka »l utrcseto s u^a 

"?n if? 5 D'3"!iy |ne nxb np-r? • D'a'paVo jtyi ye*, 
far, K)e> • wrr-inx n^ini na*j • myirm$ rwan 
' enno nsn ^373 nt • on^i njjvi ^ ^eri ? «^ 

• tmvb v$k njrm Tavj j Dtn o^t o'a^n spuria 

• rvnim cpn ps£ innBan • nnnp n-i^. e&j? wj >t 
b#i hta • ^ri^e aie>p pjn • ^ urip D a parr 

J Y?S^<? ££*] 

(Say from »i» -|Sc Sk to -j'N-ip SsS page 164.) 



179 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

B713N nft What is man, that thou art mindful of him, and 
the son of man, that thou visitest him? And that thou 
shouldest visit him every morning, and try him every 
moment ? Lo, he putteth no trust in his servants, and 
attributeth folly to his angels. For there is not a righteous 
man on earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not. 

irnbs Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

]"ns Lord, if the sentence ^/"judgment should be inflicted 
with exactness ; if the work of man should be searched 
and scrutinised ; no man could be justified before thee. 
The heavenly host incur disgrace. Lo, thou dost attribute 
folly to thine angels ; much more to man, who drinketh 
iniquity as water. We have neither merit nor righteousness ; 
sin and wickedness have consumed us. thou who art 
good, enter not into judgment with us; have compassion 
on us ; regard us according to thy tender mercy ; but not 
according to our evil deeds. Our backslidings are too 
abundant to be numbered ; there are no offerings for a 
sweet savour ; grant forgiveness for our iniquities. We 
depend not on our righteousness, being polluted with 
transgression and iniquity ; we arrange supplication, that we 
may experience thy righteousness. Extend not the strict line 
of judgment, because of our ways ; for our end is to be food 
for the worm and insect ; and our years are falsehood and 
vanity. turn, and repent thee of this evil ; this is thy 
way, to shew mercy, even to those who do not deserve it ; 
in thine abundant mercy, have mercy on us. Thine 
attributes didst thou make known to the meek [Moses], to* 
teach them to us ; thou didst acquaint him with the 
arrangement of the thirteen attributes ; and didst assure him, 
that they should never be ineffectual. With them have we 
arranged our supplication before thee; accept the cry of 
those who supplicate thee, and dismiss us not empty from 
thy presence. 



nSos 9 : wn ys '3 Wtab $&£! 3 W |JKf? 

: Dri3!S : *&i non i*ti d:?x ^nx wrttj pan 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

niNns « ■ raittr»n «b ■ ns oma ■ snn bs • n^m Tom 
: b37 sb >d ' rr^ann « • nays rnsns * • *dds 

#Tp n ^3 *3? * »rf?Wi rnSp yy\ tSffj? ^ 
mho) • wfeir netea uanra nrw d^bi • w$7& *b\ 

t : - t : t : - • v -: - ••:]•: • - : ■ T • 

♦ Tan pi nnn Sitfa Dn • wfcnto ona&nSi ajfiA 

•t .._._ .. T T ._. t - : -;- 

nana dht : Twite n&yxS hSdk *s « mannS ratt 

t n : — • : - v -: - - : v • • : - : t : : 

♦ rbn p# : T^ n9 ' 9 n n wn * rfe&o owj ppsi 
: n^oi niD g nnx n • n^ t^d mux nnna n'wa 
p$ rtwsen an »j • nn ja$ji orjg? urnp jhj 
cyn py 1 ? *o nSp * nu? D*»f?i 1x5 * ^js© 1 ? • nja 
h*| ny 1 ? rqn) • ^?»i an npn ^y nspp : njn 
nnSoi « 'ate DnpM N&>n *o aSno • nS^S *na 

t ; - t : | t ; vj v • : t • i t : • | t : • v 

♦ 7r\y_ i«*jp rvn DTteO wtjj : ■& *8|fl ^m iffit? 
^f0i ^3 pnpi Rpti • irjjfi ob trim HnpW) tfv* 
my nbte? cap s KU8 pffifj nirbDn ■Jp® v? • nmn 
dp^ • ajojpi yss? rwn pi ran • **3iaan tpwhti 



180 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

\Sth For the sake of thy name, Lord, pardon our 
iniquity, for it is abundant. For thou sayest, I will pardon 
their iniquity, and I will no more remember their sins. But 
thou art the God of forgiveness, gracious, and merciful, 
long suffering, and of abundant kindness, and hast not 
forsaken us. 

I^nbtf Our God and the God of our ancestors. 

cmb DW Thou art our father to compassionate us, and 
pardonest abundantly ; thou didst bring us forth, the children 
of the holy covenant, and didst not profane us ; though 
we are in captivity, yet our hope is, that thou art in the 
midst of us, and wilt pardon our iniquity, and our sin, and 
take us for thy heritage. wash away the blood and 
pollution of our sins, and enlighten our judgment ; may our 
sin be hidden, and not be found, to trouble us ; may our 
iniquity also be sought for, but let there be none, as thou 
hast expressly said, " for I will pardon those whom I 
reserve." Our filthiness is abundant, and the sweet savour 
of the mixed offering hath ceased ; our pollution is as a 
moist creeping thing, which hath made a separation, between 
us, that can only be cleansed by ablution in the pure flood 
of thy water-spouts ; verily, thou, Lord, art good, and 
ready to pardon. Because we transgressed, we were cast 
out, and our fatness turned into leanness ; for our uncleanness 
is abundant, and there is none to sprinkle clean water upon < 
us ; Lord, for thine own sake, act as thou hast done 
aforetime, and pardon, I beseech thee, the iniquity of this 
people. Thine abundant merciful benefits are too many 
to be numbered, thou didst gently lead the people who 
rebelled against thee ; bear now their burden, as thou didst 
aforetime bear them ; and pardon thy people who have sinned 
against thee. may his holy spirit, from on high, be i 
poured out upon us, to separate us from sin ; sanctify us, 
and create a new heart for us, to instruct us how to cleanse I 
and purify ourselves from sin, without affliction ; for pardon 
is with thee, that thou mayest be feared. Raise up the 
fallen, and add not to our sorrow : satiate us with thy 
gracious spirit; thus satisfy our hunger ; for those who repaired 
our building at the time of its breach, have ceased, and are 
at rest ; for thine own sake, Lord, pardon our iniquities. 



: mas dvS mn& nSsn KSp 

nnbp j njga£ j * ngoe ^si sflpcn PWj n ^ * n ?5? 
awl spy; pa* *o • tofeb *£#? *j tfjfe; Tja 

t - : : - : v : I : t t : • t 

: arri] pan mn^p niSx 

(Say from MW -^So S» to yvnp SaS page 164) 

pi^n ^ aw? t spj^ijj *&?# YTW: P&k *** 

♦ pirra ma&n 5 n&S : ^pn jyjb^p wspn • ^j 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

mans » • ronrc\-r *b • ns crro • ssn bs • dtri T^rn 
: br sb "o • ny^in * • •new minss « * 12037 

rrja h$ x) ♦ npjrjs nr«xa rma n^ #W 

D!«| ran &>§n • njnijs »^o *j| rbw njnj 

ex : njpfr n*fca niyn S*& c&ta • nj&itf awnp 

• " : ^~ t ; t t t : 

V-n&K ana en?? b©3 • bj*» own 0i»k mra 

• • • -: •-:- I---: x : 

dk : aptfyg *o rra D?mn rat* n^ • cjtxsk 

" • : t t v •• : - 

ntri wd| rratj b *q • rracbfi ! tf^jQ rater rc?| 

»n3 nna hmb jnn? ?iy ♦3^ ■ mranb • dhik 



181 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

Lo, we are but a remnant left, and who is like tbee, who 
bearest with the humble ? We do not request thee to exalt 
us for the sake of our righteousness ; but in confidence 01 
the attribute of thy tender mercy, do we presume to present 
our supplications to thee, who art our refuge. Eternal, 
hear; Eternal, forgive ; Eternal, be graciously attentive, 
and grant our requests, Prepare our steps to tread in 
thy fear and thy law ; for our feet slip and stumble by means 
of our iniquities : we beseech thee to let thy good word in 
behalf of us be verified, as thou hast said, " For I will forgive 
their iniquity, and I will no more remember their sin." 
Thou knowest every hidden thing of all flesh and blood ; 
we know our sins, for they are with us in all our borders. 
Lo, we approach thee to find redemption and consolation ; 
for thou, Omnipotent, art gracious and merciful, and 
ready to pardon. 



y\W Keturn for the sake of thy servants, the tribes of thine 
inheritance. Turn, Lord, deliver our soul, and save us 
for the sake of thy loving-kindness. Wherefore dost thou 1 
stand afar off, Lord? Why dost thou hide thyself in times 
of trouble? ' s 



l^nbs Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

mwv wbw The thirteen attributes which were repeated 
graciously ; with every one of these attributes now arranged 
will I supplicate the presence of my King with supplication, 
to search for the merit of those [Israel] who were surnamed, 
and called the rose ; deliver them fro'm all evil, in this 
year. Although their trespass be so great as to reach to the 
heavens, and the stars ; yet, with the arrangement of every 
attribute will I seek for mercy for them, to avert from them ■ 
what is written, " I said I would drive them into one corner;" 
wherefore should the nations say, Where now is their God ? 
Though their iniquities be grievous and innumerable, yet, 
with the arrangement of every attribute, / beseech thee, 
Lord, to cast them away, and conceal them; and with 
forcible words do I supplicate thee, to avert from them what 
is written, I " will hide my face" Wherefore dost thou stand 



: tim dvS rmnp nSsn 3&p 

: n^? nwsS D^p pirn? nb®9 « n$S ■ nn^D^ 
niiM rr» S3 xj • nxa »$3 tftSa *3§ n$j dx 

T .. T • T T - V ^ " « T . • ••• 

CHX rtjfl %3S d?S3 *39# ^631 * TOI? ^ 13Dn^ 

nS *rifti rmnj dx : rejS nmj ffrfeg n$S * ng) 

♦ j*ng)& » Dnix t|Sn njra;} rt^j S3 xj • fBjgJi tfetj 
dx : pnSs ^Sx mp n&S * m Sip xkn xhi vm 
rTWM rna S^ x:i • W? mini *una *w iSsd 

t : t • t t | v \ : - : v v : | v v : t 

rr*g$ Sy_ f #n $fyuf m * ^K|a8 rap hitt 
^Sdb |tix reja dx : ^3 ^x rrju 5 n&S • ^ 

♦ ■spjga ngft Sy_ tf nSs njiD^ n^ S3 xi • fwi 90 

*ffl^ pj^9 nr© «ft ex : ^tj n^iy S3 nnxi : 

♦ ^313 *Sy T Djm nji33 mp S3 x? * hstij?! ^ 
mm * n&S • *Bhin vSx 'iny? eripi dud *m:j 

- : • t; t t • : : • t •■ v w i i | t : t t 

S3 Ki * aw ^ny nra mso wtid dx : ^33 

t t ' r '*' t tt- : - t • • : - 

na nvax *&y Sy * DwtbS xb>x ry pwm ma 

v : v • .7 : " T v I T : T " 

: DUj ^pxS **»»& UB^fft) rrciS nfcS • m&K *$£ 

rna S3 x:> • xSna ix& vina sioxy tryete dx 

t • t t v v ; ; ; t : : ^t ^» t : • 

Ss? mSnS ^rn&x npnsi • *h*sh ^p *P?^ njoj 

♦ nk> ^n rnpa ^y$i sjj ypn n&S • nSx un 
P15133 ma Ss xj • v&fjft nnnS D^a ^iSpSp ex 

♦ jpenan SxS nS^3 ^n wp * y^inS ^S tynn 
dx ; y;#mS Ssv xS ni3^3 on*]? c^^x3 n.;nn n^S 



182 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

afar off, Lord ? why dost thou hide thyself in times of 
trouble ? Though they have acted perversely, with a brazen 
face, in the presence of their heavenly King, yet, with the 
arrangement of every attribute, I will now open my mouthy 
to supplicate him ; and thou, my soul, pour out thy heart 
as water in the presence of him who is white and ruddy ; 
saying, God, wherefore hast thou cast us off for ever? 
Though their foolish proud heart hath induced them to 
commit presumptuous sins; yet, with the arrangement of 
every attribute, I beseech thee, Lord, to deliver them 
from violence ; come, hasten, and lift up the voice, saying, 
Wherefore shall I go in mourning, in oppression ? Though 
they have framed falsehood by their speech against thee, yet, 
with the arrangement of every attribute, I beseech thee to 
remember the love of those who delight in thee, and suffer thy 
tender mercy to be moved towards the residue of thy people. 
Wherefore, Lord, shall thine anger be kindled against thy 
people ? Though they would not hearken, so as to pervert 
their path, yet with the arrangement of every attribute, will 
I now arrange my silent prayer for my people, and pour out 
my heart and soul in the presence of my Maker and Former 
saying, Wherefore hast thou broken down her hedges, so that 
all they which pass by the way pluck her ? Though by their 
abundant transgression they have rebelled against my Kock, 
my King and Sanctifier, yet, with the arrangement of every 
attribute, shall my soul now seek pleasantness for them ; and 
with my prayer will I address Him, who is most high, holy, 
and tremendous, saying, Wherefore, Lord, wilt thou cast 
off my soul? Though/br the abundant good they have enjoyed, 
for a length of time, are they become as a backsliding heifer, 
yet, with the arrangement of every attribute, will I now lift 
up my eyes to heaven, and open my mouth for my people, 
who are the fewest of all people ; saying, Wherefore wilt thou 
forget us for ever, and forsake us for so long a time ? Though 
our transgressions are abundant, so as to form an exceeding 
great heap, yet, with the arrangement of every attribute, 
will I now twitter with my voice wonderfully ; for thy words 
are pure, therewith to pray for this people ; wherefore then 
dost thou withdraw thy hand, even thy right hand ? Though 
they have perverted their actions, being proud and wicked, 
yet, with the arrangement of every attribute, my heart is 
now inditing to save them. Arise, cry aloud in the night to 






nitti mo Sa w ♦ wviWi 1 ? tfan nSa d^ »# m&« 

t : t • t t I v - : v v : •• : t ^ t •• ; t 

rbw hnt? ^mb jhk nfcgg ♦ ^n*?? D&y d^pci 

(Say from 3VV "jSd Sk to "]»***"»? SaV page 164.) 

: *n *?3 Tttfc pw nS *s • asp ids^m aim Sk 
: f$ wjp n&Nj ipn • *|km \mq bgtpp pn* 

s • : • t •• t v v: v | v «*•• t : • | v t : • 

♦ * D*n T^rn : Dntf*M dW? pt • pnxa bin 
by. bm i&n * p£i &sp Kggri : wyj y&§>#&? 

ytsh Dy p*ra nw6 s njn wi nife^jb ^ n^?0 
xb t$n bs tagwn ^ rb'bn • ygha p^j rrni 

t : V -;- 

n^n K3 ' nw tostfaa aniKi pan ba tositf 

• - t • -:- T ; • - T ; | V T T T 

mp53 tteTJ n^fl nx * T^fi? *# T br *# * idhi 
afrfe t TtJje nSi^ *i#8 ipjan nSiyi # T&8P rhy 

♦ D^?5 us px ex • pyx nib i? • n&stti njrw 
: Tfip ; ^b • jn^ ^ T Dial * fpQii •jtP) rrjjj 
iprh tpn • n;npS srx m&nS • npn ^S| nto& ****=» 
by rvm • c^n wi swa • rrrn vby *o bm ntsn 

^-tt: •- t : tt: t^t t : •• ~ 

♦ «hfj "tjj jvy nx ♦ ^nrp njwj *m i tvq mp 

♦ ^ .pS ^ nanw • ^^po 1 ? was • db^i n^ woi 

-.| V ; - . -.- _ T |.. . . | . . .. T - T . T . 



183 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

God, the Saviour, saying, Wherefore shouldest thou be as a 
man astonished, as a mighty warrior, that cannot save 1 But 
if, verily, all have turned to supplicate thee with their heart 
and soul, then with the arrangement of every attribute, I 
beseech thee to consent to pardon them ; grant it, Lord ; 
for thine own sake, forgive and pardon thy congregation; 
turn unto us for the sake of thy servants, the tribes of thine 
inheritance. 

N^n bN Enter not into judgment with us ; for in thy 
presence no man living can be justified. Kighteousness and 
justice are the basis of thy throne ; mercy and truth precede 
thy presence. Let our sentence come forth from thy presence ; 
let thine eyes behold our rectitude. And he shall judge 
the world in righteousness, he will administer justice to' 
the people with rectitude. Thy tender mercies are abundant, 
Lord ; revive us according to thy judgment. Exalt 
thyself, thou Judge of the earth ; render a reward to 
the proud. For the Lord is our Judge: the Lord is our 
Lawgiver ; the Lord is our King ; he will save us. Far be 
that from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous- 
with the wicked, far be that from thee. Shall not the 
Judge of all the earth do justice 1 

b^ toBirc Supreme Judge of the whole earth, which 
thou wilt arraign in judgment, we beseech thee to grant 
life and favour to an afflicted people; may this morning' 
prayer be accepted as a substitute for the burnt-offering ; as 
the burnt-offering of the morning, which was offered every 
morning. thou who art invested and encircled with 
righteousness ; to thee alone appertaineth supremacy ; though 
we are destitute of meritorious works, remember those 
who sleep in Hebron, and may their merits ascend as a 
grateful memorial before thee, Lord, continually. As the 
burnt-offering, &c. thou who art ever inclinable to mercy, 
and disposed to lead man to eternal life ; incline towards thy 
people with mercy ; deal bountifully with them, and grant 
them life ; inscribe a mark of life, which may be on their 
forehead perpetually. As the, burnt-offering, &c. Deal kindly 
in thy favour with Zion, my holy city ; and assign a place 
and renown in thy house, to my holy ones, and an ordination 
of renewed splendour, for the son of Jesse, that it may 
shine forth continually. As the burnt-qffeiing , &c. Be ye of 



♦ it m$? it nx D3 * WWP *3 wpnjg • usjj ^3 
its] j; #p • Irjrja Dps lir) • Djtwtofl nya ngaj 

(Say from yw -jSd Sato ytsnp SsS page 164.) 

n$ prtp rrc bjy^jk na inn? nx trt^*f nap 

YW ♦$ : in?13 0^ nap. * »fj^ fp} $$ : apg* 

i#8 Sin?) d%$i *33D| ^o nx nr;x rt^ ^rraK 

: fljjk t^ nx •spnr Bh^ D»n nsg> ^ 

Then say each of the following verses :— 

: by «b >a • nswin « • nt&N mans * • 121227 

I nabo 1^31 ^dh *?jj@ nn oyn j%£ *q nSo 
5 ^1 : nog) dpi * n^in ijn Dnxaa rwfi dvS 

vip ywn "ipa jj • 13^9»q »JH#irt) inn? tp| 
mi?) ■ m&fce ib cWb wbji 158 grflR ^ • ijja 
vfapi wjtji irqnx • rt^astef? iS nvrfe mgn w 
msna Txn lajia ipa • ipsa ipsa d'sd • micjpa 
np. 1 1 ? laxm n^a in-Mi • romo inp-ix wxvfe 



184 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

good courage, and fortify your hearts, my people, in God 
and his strength ; if ye observe his testimonies, he will 
pardon your sins, and will remember mercy in his anger ; 
seek ye the Lord and his protection ; implore his presence 
continually. As the burnt-offering of the morning, &c. 



"i3r may God remember his covenant with Abraham, 
Isaac, and Jacob. He gave food to those who fear him ; 
he will ever be mindful of his covenant. That in blessing 
I will bless thee, and in multiplying I will multiply thy seed 
as the stars of the heaven, and as the sand which is upon 
the sea shore ; and thy seed shall possess the gate of its 
enemies. 



«3 n^D pardon, I beseech thee, the iniquity of this 
people, according to thy great mercy ; and according as thou 
hast always foreborne with this people, from their exit from 
Egypt, even until now (as expressed,) and the Lord said, I 
have pardoned them according to thy word. 

I^nbs Our God, and the God of our ancestors. 

•♦tobsfc Thou art my Deliverer, my God, my Rock, my 
Hiding-place, and Shield ; the Horn of my salvation, my 
Refuge in the day of trouble and affliction. I have risen early 
to supplicate thee, thou great King, and in the morning 
have I cried aloud unto thee, Lord. In the morning, 
remember thy merciful kindness unto Abraham, the father of 
my ancestors, whom thou didst choose ; who believed in thee, 
and was the first of true believers ; remember his covenant, 
and save me from my uncleanness, Lord. hear my 
voice in the morning. In the morning didst thou speak with 
him, and try him, to requite him with a great reward ; thou 
didst also make a covenant with him, to be strictly observed ; 
thou didst love and favour him, and didst accept him as the 
sweet incense, that was offered every morning. His star 
shone forth in the morning, when thou wast pleased to shew 
his great righteousness ; when thou didst tempt him the tenth 
time, and didst say unto him, Take thy son, and fail not, but 

vol. ii. 24 



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*in\> ips • 1-333 n^jfi nnxn j?33n rw . rbfo 
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• innofcg ogj rrpft nSpVp rnr-Nn • infc'jfc spyg* 

rklW *$ *m inn rip 1 ? jsn • am ™n 

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v V?f? "W itx ij?3 : ip3n nv>-i3 tyhm • ova 

• anx 3g>n jfy ian$ nb^ n^i • 0*1(5 ua •tips?'?' 
■jft fe nS 'n3t • D-i pn-^j »nSiy 3^ ovr» ^ 

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h$#£ D3 1 ? • win nm-6 ra^ jr-g $ [q-> pnv?3 

qg 1J3 p^ ^ ,^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ 

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K*n • 3^31 nsD3j •£> »a nnWa db>$ t*r£ jri*^ 
"512) • ca»ni-iy. : ig3W j?ob* dVip -ra • 1033,1 nx3 
p3T3 »N3* «ij£ • crrnusip r&a 3trnri erfesj-i 
-ipss nan* my ity *•» bji • crvrnas npix 
T^i • rqp »^y T fign »^ ^ ips : ipss 
bft- i3yn i« • m* *&) utix&i-i *?3 d; mW&a 
! ipa is? agb • n'ijtf. *&' ^js^ ' 

(Say from 3CV -(S: Sn to -pop SsV page 164.) 



185 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

offer him up on one of the mountains for a burnt-offering : 
the one lamb thou shalt offer in the morning. In the morning 
he acknowledged the unity of thy name ; hearkeneth to 
thy voice, and shewed his love ; for he rejoiced with all his 
heart in obeying thy command ; his great joy perverted the 
usual order, for he rose up with joy, as it is said, and 
Abraham rose up early in the morning. In the morning, 
they both prepared their hearts to do thy will, thou who 
art tremendous ; the son took the wood, and the father took 
the knife to slay him ; they were called, and they went in 
their integrity, and saw thy glory on the third day in the 
morning. In the morning he girded up his loins as a mighty 
man and hastened to bind his son : he took the knife to slay 
him, and did not mind any man ; but said, this day will I 
offer mine offering, and sprinkle the blood of my sacrifice ; it 
shall not remain until morning. In the morning thy tender 
mercy was moved towards the only son, (Isaac), and did shine 
favourably on him ; and the angel of the Lord called unto 
him, put not forth thy hand unto the lad, for in Isaac shall 
thy seed be called, and his memorial shall remain thronghout 
all generations; it shall be preserved for you until the 
morning. may his integrity, rectitude, and righteousness, 
plead this morning, for the people who draw nigh unto thee ; 
may his ashes be continually visible, in thy presence, to 
wash them thoroughly ; grant them their request, for their 
soul longeth for thee ; they come to supplicate thee at even, 
and also in the morning. Hear their voice in the morning, 
and pardon their iniquities: account their arrangement of 
their prayers as the arrangement of offerings : they have 
taken the memorial of the righteousness of their ancestors, 
and come unto thee ; and also bring the free-will-offering of 
their prayer this morning. regard us this morning, and 
suffer thy tender mercy to be moved towards us ; and cast our 
sins into the depths of the sea, where they may not be 
remembered : cause our iniquities to pass away from thy 
presence, and suffer none of them to remain until the 



morning. 



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186 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

TEm IDT Lord, remember thy mercy and benevolence; 
for they are everlasting. remember not our former 
iniquities, but hasten and prepare thy mercy, for we are 
brought exceeding low. Kemember us, Lord, with thy 
wonted favour to thy people, and visit us with thy 
salvation. remember thy congregation, which thou didst 
purchase of old, the tribe which thou didst redeem for thine 
heritage, even Mount Zion, whereon thou didst dwell. 
Lord, remember the love of Jerusalem, and forget not for 
ever the affection of Zion. Remember, Lord, the 
children of Edom, in the day of Jerusalem, who said, to 
each other, Rase it, rase it, unto its foundation. Thou wilt 
arise, and have mercy on Zion ; for there is a time to favour 
her when the appointed time shall come. Remember 
Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, thy servants, to whom thou didst 
swear by thyself, and didst say unto them, I will multiply 
your seed as the stars of heaven ; and all this land of which 
I have spoken, will I give unto your seed, and they shall 
inherit it for ever. Remember thy servants Abraham, Isaac, 
and Jacob, and regard not the stubbornness of this people, 
nor their wickedness, nor their sin. impute not sin 
unto us, in that we have acted foolishly, and in that we 
have sinned. 

Wis laston We have sinned against thee, our Rock : 
forgive us, our Creator. 

rro*TN I will humbly entreat as the poor, and will weep ; 
with an afflicted soul will I cry for my congregation, 
because my branches [the righteous] have been cut off, as 
with the axe ; therefore the people wept abundantly. I was 
satiated with weeping, when he cut off my horn, he glutted 
me with wormwood aud gall. I was struck dumb when the 
prophet exclaimed, Arise, cry out ; I am weary of crying : 
my throat is dried. We have sinned, &c. My throat is 
parched, by calling for a remedy ; I hoped for rest, and lo, 
discord ; I was made to wander as the wandering bird ; my 
way is traversed, because of the bended bow. The tongue 
of those who envy me is broad and bent ; it wrinkleth my 
face, as the flame does chaff; remove them from their 
establishment; draw them out, and cast them forth, and 
the day that cometh shall burn them up. We have sinned, 
&c. He [the enemy] cometh as a lion that lieth in wait, 
to gather the prey ; he hunteth those who go forth, which is 



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T^9 J ^5 *w. T^ T ' sj^n nixa? T3W? WW 
•^tpnna a^n 1 ? jr»; spp • ^at?p insa Nianna 
Tpm «n • ^t) 3-i no ^»rn ' ^a-ini sja.'afi jj#a 
nip ait? 1 ? • ^k ^vana ^sjna • aie>; *^# rok* 
7N1 sjjnn aaj>* : a^ jnv *& * a^eh a^Jiaa nai 

a^afcr^ ^j u fna • w"?a Njna «♦# ♦$ • ^35 

vjs n^ -tit «^)| ^en : ub ^aj? xj ban ;n 

♦ vjs iik utmri? pnsa • wos rv^ ma -i\3?j 
P2 • wpn 1 ? -isj?a s)s$vo vjfb : wsS i^q) u&*p» 
^ta • iaip di*> a'ana mg • i»ipai iaa^a t^ 

♦ *&&$) tfna tjs? laipaa w»n . i2jips» 5 maa 

♦ Wtf? ne^j nnias? axiya • 'etea iisx *va; ^ 

♦ nrpa map* 1 ? nnw^n »b>§3 5 ^53 nijna nyae' »a 

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18 1 ? MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

the cause of my dread ; may all their wickedness be collected 
before thee ; draw out the spear, and stop the way against 
them ; stop their going out and coming in, that they 
may cease ; destroy and divide their language, that they 
may be dumb-founded; break their teeth in their mouth, 
that they may be astonished, because they thought to 
take my life. We have sinned, &c. They, in their 
stubbornness, imagined to oppose thee ; they took counsel 
to make a covenant against thee ; they have cast the hosts 
of thine armies [Israel] out of thy habitation ; even thy host 
that hath committed itself unto thee ; thy host hideth 
itself in dread of thy destruction. They run towards thee, to 
be strengthened in thy love ; for they depend on thy promise, 
" And he will love thee, and bless thee, and will do thee 
good." how abundant is thy goodness. We have sinned, 
&c. The remnant of Israel, who return unto thee, crave 
thy goodness ; they prostrate themselves with repentance 
unto thee ; they take persuasive words, and return ; and he 
that knoweth that he hath sinned, let him repent : turn thy 
wrath from us, and destroy us not ; for we have spent our 
years as a tale that is told ; we would willingly walk in this 
(the right) way, that we may prosper. Lo, behold now, we 
all are thy people. We have sinned, &c. We all of us together 
will supplicate in his presence; we will make mention of 
the covenant of the law, which is more precious than fine 
gold, that in righteousness we may see the light of his 
countenance, when he will raise us up, and we shall live in 
his presence. In his presence we will beseech him, to raise 
up from the earth the people who proclaim his unity, when 
they lie down, and when they rise up; and who ever hope 
for the day of his rising up; blessed be the glory of the 
Lord from the place of his residence, We have sinned, &c. 
From the place of his residence, may he view my meagreness. 

may he change depression into glory, and cause me 
to rest from sorrow, and severe bondage ; for my soul is 
satiated with trouble. My soul is cast down, because of 
the destruction of the path and highway through which the 
multitude passed gently to thy habitation ; but thou wilt 
cause me to hear peace, if I return from folly ; then wilt 
thou, establish it for ever. Selah. We have sinned, &c. 

1 ever sought thee, and thou hast not forsaken me ; though 
I was destitute of good works, yet, didst thou hide me in the 



: y\*n un mw nSsn nsp 

rfejfi : ^ *6 ^10 s-ugg| • ^^ ^n«3 sj?« 

wit « fbki btc&S i-tdk wpn • n?y ararn a-i 
• *5K map vj; *ixp u*»n • yiyp o^pi c^n 

^n ^ w*n : *)p# *jj<n *§ T3B^ • ipjr *j?ieh»i 

*#?!$ f^ ^ : *Bfl *3 ffseh nsfe^i • *&& 
anna* araEB * fr^ *pj&*> D ^& nse • Dnp 
cnp »«i : Dnp 1715JJ sprja toj • dt^j d^3 

rvoa • *)i|3 naw siro 1 ? nnvy. • Wifc » tSvs& 
»«£ : qp$> * nm ^jna • ty"$$> ^j pinna 
73in • rt#1 JsrjoN "iias!!! rwx • n^ ivao S^inS 
: TO) WO ctaj^ TOns ' rtvrc o'oni van 

I v : v • t : ) v T ; 



188 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

shadow of thy hand ; from fire and water didst thou deliver 
me, to enjoy plenty ; thou didst also deliver me from the 
horns of the unicorns. At all times when I was overwhelmed, 
thou didst answer, me, thou didst stretch out thy right 
hand to embrace me in love. my Saviour, do not 
forsake me now; my mouth shall utter the praise of the 
Lord. We have sinned, &c. My mouth shall declare thy 
praise, who art our hope. let not our sufferings seem 
trivial in thy sight. According to the greatness of thy tender 
mercy, deliver us from destruction, though it be not for our 
righteousness ; for our righteousness is extremely small and 
minute; but our iniquities are abundant, and have with- 
holden the good from us ; the sins of the fathers have been 
treasured up for the children ; they sowed wheat, and reaped 
thorns. We have sinned, &c. My adversaries have reaped 
my standing corn, and my fruit ; they thought to cut off 
both old and young from me. I call on thee, to deliver 
me from the oppression of the proud. Judge me, Eternal, 
and plead my cause. When thou dost search my cause, 
seek for my rectitude; may the righteousness of mine 
ancestors be examined in thy presence; suffer those who 
justify me, to approach thee, and root out those who accuse 
me ; for the mouth of those who speak lies shall be stopped. 
We have sinned, &c. They who 6peak lies shall not come 
in thy presence, because thou dost abhor them ; preserve 
me from treading .in the path of the proud, and from the 
destruction of the wicked, when it cometh upon them ; may 
the desire of those who afflict themselves by fasting, come 
into thy presence, Eternal Grod. May their offering be 
pleasant as in former years; remember thy congregation, 
which thou hast purchased of old. We have sinned, &c. 
Before thou didst create any thing, Eternal Lord, 
didst thou counsel to write the instrument of my portion ; 
thou didst foresee, and didst caution me to keep thy statutes. 
Blessed art thou, Lord, who teachest me^thy statutes : teach 
me to benefit, thou who killest, and restorest to life : thou 
didst command, and it was established ; thou didst speak, and 
it existed ; teach me thy ways, that I may be perfect ; cause 
me ever to understand thy testimonies, that I may live. 
We have sinned, &c. May I live, and my seed be established 
in thy presence, and may my prayer be arranged as the 
continual burnt incense, when I come to bow down in 



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189 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

behalf of thy poor ones ; let my heart be prepared, thou 
eternal, and ever-existing God. Our fathers have told us 
how thou hast pardoned our sins, in thy abundant goodness ; 
whiten them (our sins) also at present, and let them be 
annulled, that we be not put to shame. We have sinned, &c. 
The face of those who load us with oppression shall be put 
to shame ; they shall be clothed with confusion, on the 
appearance of our righteousness ; our God will then come, 
and he will not be silent to justify us ; for the Lord is our 
Judge ; the Lord is our Lawgiver. our Lawgiver, let thy 
providence be known to the people that hath been saved by 
thee; cause them to draw water with gladness from the 
fountains of salvation ; rejoice and delight our souls with thy 
statutes ; cause thy countenance to shine upon us, and we 
shall be saved. We have sinned &c. May we be saved when 
we pour out our prayer before thee ; be entreated of us to 
pardon our iniquity, thou who art most gracious, for 
pardon is with thee ; Lord, hear ; Lord, pardon ; 
and suffer us not to depart, as those who are cast out ; may 
our transgressions vanish as a cloud ; lead us into light ; 
even the light of everlasting life ; for with thee is the fountain 
of life. We have sinned, &c. This is my God, he is life 
and mercy; be gracious to the remnant of this people ; 
they approach to sanctify thee with the voice ; and one 
calleth unto the other ; this inscribes his hand to the Holy 
One, and this with a song is renewed every morning when 
from both this and the other is offered a threefold sanctifica- 
tion ; and they say, Holy, holy, holy. We have sinned, &c. 
When the voice arrives to the Holy One, he will cause the 
balance of the wicked nations to preponderate; and will 
cleanse those who call upon him, as those who storm with 
the voice; as is said, And I heard a voice behind me. 
When he caused the great voice to be heard by his beloved, 
saying, Acknowledge my kingdom, ye that were borne from, 
the womb ; may he remember it this day to those who are 
scattered in all borders. Omnipotent King, who sittest 
on the throne of mercy. We have sinned against thee, 
our Rock ; forgive us, our Creator. 



This denotes the law, which is Israel's portion, and which the rabbins say, 
was created before the existence of the world. 



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wis n« won • nn&K netaa msa nna «S tot 

••: v ■ : - t : t:-t y -; - t •: t ; 



If a Circumcision take place, say from ms n"Dt to -jctf {yoS. 

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: ^ |j»V WW*] • ^n^ mgp Sr eswj? 
*pl& nn?S tan ■ dtk $m pgferfe to? sptorrj 

^mv tdt s • D^pn Dii thx npy;. Sip • tn?n M3 

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I T T I v t -. - •.• v : • : : t - t 

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pan • x%& p»o Sx n?%& ng>n • art jh dw 

♦ avjjp dt??*i sj^jijfi tppj • wn.9 spgj g&j tfjagg 

[1 ^ jya 1 ? URtfmi npy;_ ^na jtq# sgjti 






^"pn * J3T6J? iftn d^k-i nn? uS tot 
F#b aniN ^ittirifi -itfx miete-i ma DnV 

p$| opwja nNt dji e^ • a^^ npa ^ nrs 

Whs -isr6 crib 1 ? Crtfe t6j o'npN?? xS • b^i^j 



190 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

imn lab tot remember unto us the covenant with our 
ancestors, as thou hast promised, And I will remember my 
covenant with Jacob, and also my covenant with Isaac, and 
also my covenant with Abraham will I remember, and the 
land will I also remember 



[nna TDT Remember the covenant with Abraham, and the 
binding of Isaac [on the altar] : and bring back the captives 
of the tents of Jacob, and save us for the sake of thy name. 
The token of the covenant between us and thee, our 
Father, is impressed in our flesh ; thou who art our hope, 
discern, now thou hast made the covenant ; remember and 
break not thy covenant with us, but turn with mercy to the 
remnant of Israel ; and save us for the sake of thy name. 
Remember thy mercy, to make the red sins as white as 
snow; have regard to the covenant of thy children, and 
redeem them- now ; suffer the voice of Jacob, the perfect man, 
to come before thee ; and remember thy congregation which 
thou hast purchased of old. And bring back, &c. The drops 
of blood of those who love thee, bear witness between thee 
and thy beloved. We beseech thee, let the blood be preserved 
for a token to thy servants ; thou most mighty, avenge the 
blood, even the blood of thy pious servants, that hath been 
shed ; remember thy tender mercies, and loving-kindnesses, 
Eternal. And turn, &c. thou Avenger of blood, judge our 
cause, and render sevenfold into the bosom of those who afflict 
us ; we were sold for nought, and thou wilt redeem us without 
silver ; raise up, in our sight, thy holy temple that is desolate ; 
and bring back the captives of the tents of Jacob, and save 
us, for the sake of thy name.] 



rmn Kb tot remember unto us the covenant 
with the patriarchs, as thou hast promised, I will, for 
their sakes, remember the covenant with their ancestors 
when I brought them forth out of the land of Egypt, in the 
sight of the nations, that I might be their God ; I am the 
Eternal. Act by us, as thou hast assured us : And yet for 
all that, when they be in the land of their enemies, I will 
not reject them, neither will I abhor them, to destroy them 
utterly, and to break my covenant with them • for I am the 






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191 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

Eternal, their God. Have mercy on us, and destroy us not ; 

as it is written, For the Lord, thy God, is a merciful God, he 

will not fail thee, nor will he destroy thee ; neither will he 

forget the covenant with thine ancestors, which he sware 

unto them. circumcise our hearts to love and revere thy 

name ; as it is written, The Eternal, thy God, will circumcise 

thine heart, and the hearts of thy seed, that thou may est 

love the Eternal, thy God, with all thine heart, and with all 

thy soul, for thy preservation sake. bring us back out 

of captivity, and compassionate us: as it is written, the 

Eternal, thy God, will bring thee back out of captivity, and 

gather thee from all the nations whither the Eternal, thy 

God, hath scattered thee. gather our dispersed ; as it is 

written, if any of thine be driven out unto the remotest 

climes under the heaven, from thence will the Eternal, thy 

God, gather thee, and from thence will he fetch thee* 

be thou found of us, when we seek thee ; as it is written, but 

if from thence thou shalt seek the Eternal, thy God, then 

shalt thou find him, if thou seek him with all thy heart, and 

with all thy soul. blot out our transgressions for thine 

own sake, as thou hast promised, I, even I, am HE, who 

blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake ; and thy 

sins I will not remember. cause our transgressions to 

vanish as a cloud, and as a vapour ; as thou hast promised, 

I have made thy transgressions vanish away like a cloud, 

and thy sins like a vapour : return unto me for I have 

redeemed thee. cause our sins to become white as snow 

and wool ; as it is written, Come now, andlet us reason together, 

saith the Eternal; Though your sins be as scarlet, they 

shall be as white as snow ; though they be as red as crimson, 

they shall be like wool. sprinkle clean water upon us, 

and cleanse us; as it is written, Then will I sprinkle clean 

water upon you, and ye shall be cleansed from all your 

uncleanness, and from all your filthiness will I cleanse you. 

* Levit. 45, 



: niaa uvh mnp nSan a?p 

: aina|> npa $je$j * nip c^a »^g "193 : Dap£ 

♦ Da^naan baa cam Tib 1 ? • oa^& iaa* run ai*a *a 

♦ ♦#■$ T5 ^ B^vrxji • nviag> mag • ^n^an 

y&# : Q^yn Sa 1 ? *q£ n^sp rva vra *a • ttam 
priii* D^ms Sapi • wSj> t omi »n • o^j j ^p 
: did? as>; enn • narin t^k 3 watfn : wrfesm m 

*l ' * T T T . J . T. ..... .. T . . 

♦ ws nox pW? vri? : soi^ njg • 5 r^njg urxjif 

♦ awg 5 U3Up hx 1 uaiyn Sk una niSas • ram 
uvyfe Wft • naito 1 ? nia «§r nfc>$? : : ^aa priori h® 

akrrin 5 ^? *a 5 tifcewi ttrntg V : nija *a ' rahan 

: wriStf *iTK nwn nnx 

• : T -; v -• - t ■* 

1?r nx nx^V as 1 ? ton • ^77 aim • yt$p «^? 
&M ™a sj^j a^ • ^n^ aaaV rw Vim 
isorti «•« nVsni binzsn Vnjg ^ tj»V» • d^ 



192 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

pardon our sins on this day, and cleanse us ; as it is written, 
for on this day an atonement is made for you, to cleanse you ; 
that ye may be clean from all your sins before the Eternal ! 
bring us unto thy holy mountain, and cause us to rejoice 
in thy house of prayer ; as it is written, And I will bring them 
unto my holy mountain, and I will make them rejoice in my 
house of prayer : their burnt-offerings and their sacrifices shall 
be accepted on mine altar ; for my house shall be called, The 
House of Prayer for all people. (Reader?) Hear our voice, 
Eternal, our God, spare and compassionate us, and accept 
our prayers with favour and mercy. Bring us back, 
Eternal, unto thee, and we will return, : renew our days as 
of old. Give ear unto our words; Eternal, consider 
our meditations. May the words of our mouth, and the 
meditations of our heart, be acceptable in thy presence, 
Eternal, who art our Rock and our Redeemer.. cast 
us not out from thy presence ; nor take thy holy spirit from 
us. cast us not off in old age ; forsake us not when our 
strength faileth. Forsake us not, Eternal, our God, and be 
not far from us. perform a prodigy for our welfare ; that 
our enemies may see, and be ashamed, when thou, Eternal, 
dost help and comfort us : for unto thee alone, Eternal, we 
attend ; answer us, Lord, our God. 



trnbH Our God, and the God of our fathers, forsake us 
not ; cast us not off; put us not to shame ; nor break thy 
covenant with us. Draw us nigh unto thy law ; teach us thy 
precepts, and shew us thy ways. Incline our hearts to revere 
thy name, and circumcise our hearts to love thee, that we 
may return unto thee in truth, and with a perfect heart ; and 
for the sake of thy great name, pardon and forgive our 



vol. ii. ^ 






W&W * " ^ |S$ IfH? n?n3 3^33 • wji?, 1 ? 

j *«n 3i '3 m^ 
133 ♦ afc few • vh rh? ' wni3^ ^Sm wr&x 
nriN) f # °*? ' wrb$ nrw ^r ^ '3 p : tf> 
nj?Ni pgj) *gg • «jn^ ruawj yryyh «« : urjx 
nrix) *gt<* u^ « a^a ,-i.ik) 3^ ^ . ^^ 
: urjjpv nrw sjn^i bg . ggjq nnx] ^13 uk : urii 
5 ti^n » nnxi Tjn^D us • «-tn nft*?i wjjsp uk 

^ nrix) ppiy ^,3 ^ • ^ D!|n «, ^^ D ^ ^ ^ 
7X3 »cp ug • own xSp nm) m tgj^jp u$ : d?sk 

• unarms D^n <?n) • ur^sj-i *j»gfe Nhn wx 

VEfrg £ T-?^ "^ 'PJ? *^j? D'JS ga UK |^ 

• uj#Tn • wi?3 • 'sri air? • i^»t| • tfja • uae'x 

• uv 1 ? • u#3 • pi as®; • tj# «^g9 • apart • wii 
ti^ • ar* • aytfe . u ^ . u -,To ♦ h$o i aiia 
«19 : aRijiRn • a^n . a38.8 . yj-^ • ayKh • ^ 
jy'ns nriNi j aS n# j&j • d^ieh ^pse'spi TO^a 
: «8Bhft ari&j n^ t nax '3 • a^j asn "?3 Ss 
yj? 3toS a^a jn^ . uyenj iih pS • »8#» ttSghfj 
pch 3'r^. • ^53 1» Sj; 3^33 j ye* «fj my\ ' yy-) 



193 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

iniquities, according to the words of thy holy (David) : 
Pardon mine iniquity, Eternal, for the sake of thy name } 
for it is infinitely great. 

lavrnN ^nbsi KmbN Our God, and the God of our 
ancestors, pardon us, forgive us, and grant us expiation ; for 
we are thy people, and thou our God ; we thy children, and 
thou our Father ; we thy servants, and thou our Lord ; we 
thy congregation, and thou our portion ; we thy heritage, 
and thou our lot ; we thy sheep, and thou our pastor ; we 
thy vineyard, and thou our keeper ; we thy work, and thou 
our Creator ; we thy beloved, and thou our beloved ; we thy 
peculiar people, and thou the Lord our God! we thy subjects, 
and thou our King ! we are thy exalted people, and thou our 
exalted God ! we are brazen-faced, but thou art merciful and 
gracious; we are stiff-necked, but thou art long-suffering; 
we are full of iniquity, but thou art full of mercy ; we decay, 
our days are as a passing shadow : but thou art immutable, 
thy years have no end. 

"rcnbDn -pas 1 ? wnn «as may our prayers come before 
thee, and withdraw not thyself from our supplications, for we 
are not so shameless of face, or hardened, as to declare in thy 
presence, Eternal, our God and the God of our fathers, that l 
we are righteous, and have not sinned ; verily, (we confess) 
we have sinned. 

ia»tt?N We have trespassed, we have dealt treacherously, we 
have stolen, wehavespokenslander,wehavecommittediniquity, 
and have done wickedly; we have acted presumptuously ; we 
have committed violence ; we have framed falsehood ; we 
have counselled evil ; we have uttered lies ; we have scorned ; 
we have rebelled ; we have blasphemed ; we have revolted ; 
we have acted perversely ; we have transgressed ; we have 
oppressed ; we have been stiff-necked ; we have acted wickedly 
we have corrupted ; we have done abominably ; we have gone 
astray, and have caused others to err ; we have turned aside I 
from thy excellent precepts and institutions, and which hath i 
not profited us ; but thou art just concerning all that is come I 
upon us ; for. thou hast dealt most truly, but we have done! 
wickedly. "W e have acted wickedly, and have transgressed ; I 
we, therefore, have not been relieved. incline our hearts I 
to forsake the path of wickedness, and hasten our salvation ;| 
as it is written by the hand of thy prophet. Let the wicked! 






•• t • ; • t v 't •• : v - «TL • - : v - t - - 

BTEfl • Y&J *^ «9TR W??l • ^ "t|8®^ BT£ 

nxVa mnxb imb nx ^itti • TTPI iwtih wnvhs 

t : : t -: - : - T : v I vj ••. • : • : • 

nx] sp^ nx yrihx * btfi ^Tirqi mn35 • ^ nx 
♦ jurvi • -toe nm nia#ii mirijn : spnn jjjg^? ^§3 

n ■ • : •• Jyt; •t; ,_ : •:" ~ t;. 

v: t; I v t : - - t ; - •• 

*0$\ • spjsf? px:? D«TfiaRi b| xSn • wrvDs nj^ 

....... . ; ^ T _ •;• • t -: - t : • ••" 

■miai ' Task ^nn cn w n vv • vm djtbwb ^n ^ 
s Snn bin ^ • rx nonsa p Dixn 

V T - 1 • T T " : - I • T T T 

btf f ^ n95 ? ne?l ' D1 ^ ^ T?^ n ^ n5 

5 jhv nnx niVaro mnnD^n S:d xbn • D*pn0 
hx\ nh& ^ D3x • sS nia&jm pja nnx **? 
||n Sx ujtfrs • en ^nm?^ D % T9"J3 ^x? * nnno) 
tenia nxs • tvjl idjj nj di v 3 vM^Fi « tt^S| x^l 

H • ^xi ^ T S^d nnen Sx h f n ?0 n ^5? ^ISsh 



194 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts ; and 
let him return unto the Lord, for he will receive him with 
compassion ; and unto our God, for he aboundeth in 
forgiveness. 

l^nbH Our God and the God of our fathers, pardon and 
forgive our iniquities, (on the sabbath, say, on this day of 
rest, and) on this day of atonement. be thou entreated of 
us, blot out and remove our transgressions and sins from before 
thine eyes; and humble our imagination, that it may be 
subservient unto thee ; and subdue our obstinacy, to turn unto 
thee; and renovate our mind to observe thy precepts; and 
circumcise our hearts in love to revere thy name ; as it is 
written in thy law, and the Eternal, thy God ! will circumcise 
thy heart and the heart of thy seed, to love the Eternal, thy 
God ! with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, that thou 
mayest live. Thou art acquainted both with our presumptuous 
and ignorant sins ; those committed either voluntarily, or by 
compulsion ; whether publicly, or in secret ; before thee they 
are all known and revealed. What are we? What is our 
life ? What is our piety ? What is our virtue ? What is our 
help ? What is our power 1 What is our might ? What then 
shall we say in thy presence, Lord, our God ! and the God 
of our fathers ? Are not the mightiest heroes as nought before 
thee ; men of renown as if they had not existed ? wise men, 
as if they were without knowledge ? and the intelligent, as if 
void of understanding ? for the majority of their actions is 
emptiness; and the days of their life but vanity in thy 
presence : even the pre-eminence of man over the beast, is 
nought, for all is vanity. 

^nft T\T\A Thou art fully acquainted with the most secret 
thoughts, of the heart ; only thou knowest both the revealed 
and secret things : we are now come to entreat thee with words. 
regard not our wickedness, nor our evil deeds : we approach 
thee this day, as one that is afraid and terrified. thou who 
art clothed with majesty, according to thy mercy, act mercifully 
by us, for thine own sake ; and extend not the rigour of justice 
against those who are but dust and ashes ; consider that 



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• jn» n^ ^ ttftja ^ • m^ ^ •$ n ^ 
*&! imn «J> i|3 nt • pn njg rffi una* «m 

STO u?gp • TT f?p ^ in <« ££ , ^ £j 
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195 J10RNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

our end is but the worm and moth. If we have erred 
through ignorance, and it is unknown unto us, verily, only 
thou art fully acquainted with our errors ; yet, do not 
account them as done presumptuously : accept the confession 
of our lips in a favourable season, and grant us expiation 
for both presumptuous and ignorant sins, as also for 
affirmative and negative precepts. relieve us from the 
punishment of death and excision : have compassion on the 
clay that is the work of thy hands. We have acted foolishly, 
through the evil imagination implanted in us from our youth : 
it is concealed within us, as a snare for our steps. thou 
who hast formed and made us, and art well acquainted with 
our frame, let thy tender mercy be moved towards us, and 
destroy us not : for who is able to conceal himself from thy 
presence, before whom every thing is clear as light, and as 
noon-day ? Thou hast shewn the four kinds of death formerly 
inflicted by our tribunal of justice. deliver us from them 
for thine own sake, for from the time that thou didst create 
us, didst thou investigate and didst know, that our actions 
were perverse and iniquitous. regard our souls, for every 
living creature is in thy power. I beseech thee, let my soul be 
precious among those who afflict themselves for thy sake ; the 
reason of the punishment of stoning, burning, beheading, and 
strangling, hast thou revealed to those who know thy truth, 
God ! pardon all our transgressions ; as well those which 
are known unto us, as those which are unknown unto us. 
We have made confession of our transgressions unto thee. 
thou who searchest every heart ; redeem us from sin, and 
cleanse us from iniquity. thou Rock ! regard not the sins 
of man, who withereth like grass, but acting charitably by us, 
as thou hast acted by every living creature. We hasten m the 
evening twilight, we approach thee with prayer ; bring us 
nigh unto thee: hearken to our call; regard not our 
wickedness, but have mercy on us, that wemayjustify ourselves. 
May thy mercy come to our aid, thou, who art most 
merciful and most gracious. 

DblSft ItttP Read. Thy name hath ever been He, who 
forbeareth transgressions. hear our supplication, when we 
stand in thy presence to pray ; forbear the transgressions of 
a people who repent. blot out our transgressions from 
before thine eyes 



: iisa zvb mw n"?sn is, 1 ? 

nm ; *n *?3 »•«% niafeni • dSij? \n jw nriN 
WT8 *ai>) nvb jmai «}p nnrt Sa e^irr 
yxfo pin •*? pa : ^ n^» ^ pgj • ^ d^ 
♦ wnxan Sa hy. a 1 ? nSpjw • u'niaN \n*>N) o»^ « 
^ ^ *fy *w • a»cin^ b ^ -,£ t^nani' 

ppa* d^in? ^j$ uNan^ Nan fy 
aVn piaNS y^ UK&ng> Nt?n h® 
njn ^as ^J? 1 ? UNane* Nan hy> 
d$# ^33 sp#f? UNantf Ntpn ^ 
wjs; ■<&& yjfo wQtj& Nan ^ 
-inDai •&£ f $f? ujqpnp Nan Sjn. 
nsTaai njna ^JS 1 ? «*<&n# Nbn ^ 

np "ffina ^3s^ att^pi^ Nan ^ 
JTl ragma ^fr «*W# K&n ijr 
a!?n iirrjna ^^» «Nan# Nan hft 

rta\ rrrjta ^jsV UNaw Nan bg 
np vna ^^ WW? w?o bjf) 
D»TttM d*jfi ^6?3 f #fc> uxontf Nan ^ 

irpjina ^js 1 ? UNan^ Nan Sg 
D§>n %na TpjsS UNane> Nan ^i 
B$# nxaaa f$? UNant? Nan Sy_ 
np nitfpaa ^psS ijNan^ N&n ^ 



196 MORNING 8ERVICB FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

SHY 1 nritf Thou knowest all the secrets of the world, and 
the most hidden transactions of all living'. Thou searchest all 
the inward parts, and examinest the reins and the heart, so 
that there is nothing concealed from thee, neither is there any- 
thing hidden from thy sight. may it then be acceptable in 
thy presence, Eternal, our God I and the God of our fathers, 
to pardon all our sins, and forgive all our iniquities, and 
grant us remission for all our transgressions. 

Stan by For the sin, which we have committed against 
thee, either by compulsion, or voluntary. And for the sin 
which we have committed against thee, with a stubborn heart. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, out of 
ignorance. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee with the utterance of our lips. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
incestuous lewdness. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either publicly or secretly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
deliberate deceit. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with the speech of the mouth. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
oppressing our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by the evil cogitation of the heart. 

For the sin which we have commited against thee, by 
assembling to commit fornication. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by acknowledging our sins with 
our mouth [but do not repent in our heart.] 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
despising our parents and teachers. And for the sin wh'ch 
we have committed against thee, either presumptuously, or 
ignorantly. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
violence. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by the profanation of thy name. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
defiled lips. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with foolish expressions. 



pn Tjea tmS UK&n£ atari hy 

* - t v •• ; | v t ; t t v ; •• +~ 

DTF *&a* DTP'? T^ ! & K W# **t?n ^ 

tv- t - ; t - : • : - v; t ••. ^-; 

anaa tfnaa t^S tiK&ntf xton by 

t t ; - - : I v t : t t v : •• w - 

•mitf naja t^S ua&n0 kidpi Syi 

_ - . ( v t : t t v : •• *-; 

j&ayi «^53 spjjfc awwg Ktpn by 

» : * : t -: - : | v t : t t v : •• f-. 

rT30K« ^33 f?^ ***>?!$ W9 by 

na btoja Tisb aaar^ k&h byi 

• : | r t ; t t v ; •• ' m. • 

wennffr o^i f^ ^WP *fl?rj by 

py T Tij-fcg f^? *W9t$ tft?n byi 
man rrq fj^ UKtytf w?n by 
nra n«j$ spj^S *»bdi# xtjrr byi. 
up 1$3 • ub bno • ab nbp • mrrbi? nib* d^ byi 
biy njn§3 f^b WQ# *«?* ^J? 

2T1 nnv3 f$? uxbr\& Ntprr by 
PR rmsf? <p^ ««W *«9D bja 

spiy nvtfpa fjsb **«bn£ Mtfj byi 
VXh pfefl Wi| fW? W^Otf N&r? by 
<b;ra *» n^?i3 spgb njK^ne> Kt?rj byi 



197 MORNING 8ERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
the evil imagination. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, either knowingly, or without deliberation. 

ribs b*l Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
denying and lying. And.for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by taking or giving a bribe. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
scoffing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by calumny. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee in traffic. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, in 
meat and drink. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
extortion and usury. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by immodest discourse. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
chattering. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, with the twinkling of our eyes. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, with 
haughty looks. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, with shamelessness. 

Dbs bsn Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
shaking off the yoke of thy law. And for the sin which we 
have committed against thee, by litigiousness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee by 
treachery to our neighbour. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee by envy. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by levity. 
And for the sin which we have committed against thee, 
by our stubbornness. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
running swiftly to do evil. And for the sin which we have 
committed against thee, by tale-bearing. 



: -am dvS nnnp rtan rrap 

• t • - : • : J v t : t t 7 : •• w -i 

t naifera risk uatonty xdpi Sy 

t : • } v t : t t v : - "■ 

uS n§3 • tifr ^no • 0^ nbp ♦ mri-Sp phSk bk? ^ 
nSiy ' Dirby dwi »«0 D\x&n bin 

T ^ v - -: • T - TV • T -; w ~i 

r\xm • dppSb o^»n xxt& dwdh Syi 

t - v " -; • t " tv • t -s m ~i 

tym nfnp \Tp • djvSb ram ttKtf D\s*ron Syi 

... ^ J T . j T v ~ _. • t - tv • t -; r- ; 

*fero wi dbw ■ Drvby d*iti iw D % «tan bjn 

T . — T T .. _. • T - TV • t -; w —\ 

itma roa • on^y ra*n bk# dwdh Sjn 

: - v " -1 • t - tv • t -; ^- : 

ffRyiK rnp^o • rs^Ti vyn w& D^&n Sy.i : 
&&& *T3 nrra • citSb D*i»n «k# dwdpi Sjn 

• T T •• • T V " -; • T - TV • t — s *- : 

(*wi) ma • on^B D^n uke> dwdii bjn 

• • -;- .- r v •• -: • T - tv • t -; w~ ; 

H ng nwa yna • DirSy D*n*n uxtf dwdpi byi 

I • W - • - ... ~ •=; . T -; TV * T -; ^- J 

w-| •• -: - ; • ^- J v v : v t • ■• : T I ' : 

php km • nbw Dip na tf># pa • nfewi *6 nraa 

I • I - - -: I T -7 1- v -: - - : • 

* ^ d^ji w*KBhwi uS D^JiBhiK * nb>y Dip aa 

t • ; T v : t • : v v •• -: t 

• Drrby ttS umm • waS mrt&K iaa «S D^atf-nat 

-: J : • : J •. t : : - -: - : t : v 

Inyjs • D*tfrn D?f?| dh y?^ 1 ? # $b D ^f ejwtix'! 
-ny_ »>ata a^ ri^icn * ttnj^s *k rhnpjn ♦ n&K|^ 
T - •• ; • T V -• - T ^ 

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198 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by false 
swearing. And for the sin which we have committed against 
thee, by causeless enmity. 

For the sin which we have committed against thee, by 
embezzlement. And for the sin which we have committed 
against thee, by extacy. 

nbD bsn Yet, for all of them, God of forgiveness, forgive 
us, pardon us, and grant us remission. 

pN&n ban Also for the sins, for which we were obliged to 
bring a burnt-offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a sin- 
offering. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring an 
offering, according to our ability. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to bring a 
trespass-offering, for either a certain or doubtful sin. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer the 
stripes of contumacy. 

And for the sins, for which we were obliged to suffer 
flagellation. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
death, by the hand of God. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty of 
extirpation, and being childless. 

And for the sins, for which we have incurred the penalty 
of the four kinds of death formerly inflicted by our tribunal 
of justice, viz : — 

TVPpo Stoning, burning, beheading, and strangling; for 
transgressing affirmative precepts, or negative precepts ; 
whether an action be appropriated thereto, or not, as well as 
those which are known unto us, as those which are unknown 
to us. As for those which are known unto us, we have already 
made confession of them before thee, Lord, our God ! and 
the God of our fathers. And those which are unknown untc 
us, are known and evident before thee, as it is said, the secret 
things belong unto thee, Eternal, our God ! but the revealed 
things belong unto us, and our posterity for ever, to perform 
all the words of this law 4 



: msa axh tntw nSsn mp ' 

bap aing) wytf? b^e irgbg * «?3 • ^j 

ninaa ■ ^ wi DmnD D<a wSy pnn wnix&s 

♦ 097391 Dnmtp D*a Da*by : ^Tin • ijtrrjj tj by 

♦ bxne? n^W DPMBtf rott? apy;_ tfp-i bx 

t by arge * banc?? twb! #*! xb\ D*y xb nan 

ba vbx mt " bx D«h Dnnn caay ^inp • ij&xji 
mm nnxi : at£P &na nabra nib npi riy x&?n 

t-: "t; • t t:-; J - : I ^t t • 

na^nbi unntoan tfxna sVNtfah by ♦$ n^as? bapa 

t :•: t : - ; • i ;- w - • • t •• I - ; 

: ^b mbrr.O my. 
uvfrit * ub nro • *nna ^a by nbancy waba 

v; t: t t - t I t • ; •• : Wm T . _ T „ •• : - 

S^S nbon tn*n Snp • -udvi bbw a&0s nete be i* 

I j ™ ! * " T.. T. T. V": 

nn isbi bxnir ♦» my bab nbwi • smtira awaa 

t - •• - ; •• t ; • " : : • : - ; • : I '•" T J T " 

: ruara cyn bab q Daina 

t t : - ^tt t; • t ; 

bx px* *j£# Dvri snp • rhpn) x&>n *nyia or p* 



199 MORNING SERVICB FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

"pns im Thy servant David declared in thy presence, 
Who can guard against his errors ? Cleanse me, Lord, from 
secret thoughts. Cleanse us, Lord, our God, from all 
our transgressions, and purify us from all our impurities : 
sprinkle clean water upon us, and cleanse us, as it is 
written by the hand of thy prophet, Then will I sprinkle 
clean water upon you, and ye shall be cleansed from all 
your defilements, and from all your idols will I cleanse you. 

N"V»n b« Fear not, Jacob ; turn, ye backsliders >' 
return, Israel. Behold, the guardian of Israel neither 
sleeps nor slumbers. Thus it is written by the hand of thy 
prophets, return, Israel, unto the Eternal, thy God, for 
thou hast stumbled by thine iniquity. And, again, it is said, 
Take with you prayers, and return unto the Eternal, and say, 
unto him, pardon thou all iniquity and receive us graciously, 
and may the thanksgiving of our lips be acceptable unto 
thee, as the offering of oxen. And thou, being merciful, 
receivest penitents ; for from the beginning hast thou 
assured us of the efficacy of penitence ; and, supported by 
penitence, our eyes hope unto thee. 

"jranSEI And because of the love, Eternal, our God, 
wherewith thou hast loved thy people Israel, and the pit} r , 
of our King, wherewith thou hast pitied the children of thy 
covenant, hast thou given us, Lord our God, [on the 
sabbath, say, this sabbath-day, and] this day of atonement, 
for remission of sin, forgiveness of iniquity, and pardoning, 
of transgressions. 

dv Read. A day on which our trespasses will vanish and 
disappear. — Cong. This day thou forgivest the whole 
congregation of the children of Israel, and the stranger that 
sojourneth among them. 

mrDD As it is written in thy law, and it shall be for- 
given to the whole congregation of Israel, and to the stranger 
that sojourneth among them; for all the people act 
ignorantly. 

OY» Read. A day on which thou dost pardon and forgivest 
our treacherous dealings. — Cong. This day shall thy name 
be verified, that thou, God, art good, and ready to 

pardon. 






: 1133 cv 1 ? rmne> nbsn i 

npn y\) n^>) aw ; rtm »a ^a ^3*13 svaa 

I • . T t tt * # :t 

dpi rag Tjft Drw&o njn oyS nxbo ijftp} ^pn 

nsj nS? nSiD] brna «*? kveh ^ TO5 nap 

^56 h^d Di»n ■*? ♦ TI5TJ5 imp v$ ^ri dv i* 

DTNwn ntfg a^ n^w ba • ^ehjj *$r@ m-ds 

: ™? wih '3 spam «B1j* nna 
0jgy s Djjn d&o Di»n ^p • }w e^ atwa dv f 

• WJ 1% 

djo KTin ng« dhpi DW3 • ^55 t ty ^n?5 

s vx&x yJvb rfaa ^ niwftr) 
: Ti&n mix 

: t 

P3A8 -fit? 1 ? uy^ -133; nn wa »3 • y/ffjty 3in$j 

: nntpn » ^ aptixbn bo 
unjntfV avri s np . n&3*j faring jij? T n^ "?3 dv jm 

: ntari jnx 



200 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

3in33 As it is written in the words of thy holy [David], 
For thou, Lord, art good, and ready to forgive, and of 
abundant mercy to all who call on thee. 

o*p Read, A day on which we beseech thee now to bear 
with our reproach. — Cong. This day hearken to our 
supplications, and through our supplication forgive us now. 

mroa As expressed in thy law, pardon, I beseech 
thee, the iniquity of this people, according to thy great 
mercy ; as thou hast always foreborne with this people, 
from their exit from Egypt, even until now. As expressed, 
and the Lord said, I have pardoned according to thy word. 

TinM For the sake of the honour of thy name, be thou 
compliant unto us, thou who pardonest and forgivest; 
forgive us, we beseech thee, for the sake of thy name. 

DV Read. A day on which the meek [Moses] besought 
thee for us, remember it. — Cong. This day forgive our 
iniquities, and no more remember our sin. 

nV"D3 As it is written, in the words, of thy holy [David], 
Eemember not our former sins ; hasten and prepare thy 
mercy for us, for we are brought very low. 

nv Read. A day on which our errors shall be sought for 
in vain. — Cong. This day confirm the word, Iniquity shall be 
sought for, but there shall be none. 

:nrD3 As it is written by the hand of thy prophet, In those 
days, and at that time, saith the Eternal, the iniquity of 
Israel shall be sought for, but there shall be none ; and the 
sins of Judah, but they shall not be found ; for I will pardon 
those whom I reserve [Israel]. 

DV Read. A day on which they seek thee, thou purifiest 
and cleansest. — Cong. This day shalt thou cleanse us from 
all our sins. 

mro:> As it is written in thy law, For on this day an 
atonement is made for you, to cleanse you, that ye may be 
clean from all your sins before the Eternal. 

DY» Read. A day on which I address thee with supplication 
to pardon all iniquity. — Cong. This day incline thine ear to 
our cry. 

vol. ii. 26 



npsp ya^i ^ \nSK nt?n ♦ sjgnp n3l| any) 

•jfrg nnSp *^n* njj&# ^ •tfann T#H ^ % 3 
*npj ^w ^ *3fe£ *JJ8sb ^nxp Sk npfii nytyjo 

xa jw owi pan • «S xran ^w toa na».a 

: ^w \vjyp a>n?si? 

: spaa bx ^ 

^p2D9 ^ v? • Dn-DK ;a& • on Sips ^ns 

ijag Sk ^ • ehnpp ^S&n • tfrrjg ^j 

ipajl b$ ♦& ♦ njnn pin • njp_ hsk 07ft 

•?p&2 bx ^ • nn^'p? rranj • hyitf -igiKn 

ftta fat % • niSpS niian • rfriDi SniEfl 

•?pO| Sx *& « nimn^ ^ Man ■ hrfihi nan S^p 

•5pO| ^ na • ciW'n n^ijj • mW ^nystf 

: s?#g ^ Dj£> • y#s Sh "flajp 

}*§n •} i&g n^S p*jnn xb inSna ringed j?^§ by, 

ybpry\ wwm wzy ^rp) a^ * tbkji : «^in npn 
B*nfc* rt*3 •nsy natsn b?\ : nnx&n bs d* nfacM 

" T : • J ; ^- - T : T - T t ••. ; • 

by. b& tb) rtffgi *ib\ m? *& n&rN cnpea i|^n 
cnn^V non apg^ n&K jnn : Tarn : nSiyV iS 



201 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

21H53 As it is written in the words of thy holy [Daniel], 
my God, incline thine ear, and hear ; open thine eyes, and 
behold our discomposure, and the city which is called by 
thy name ; for we do not presume to present our supplications 
before thee for our righteousness, but for thine abundant 
mercy. Lord, hear ; Lord, pardon ; Lord, he graciously 
attentive, and grant our requests ; delay not, for thine own 
sake, my God, for thy city and thy people are called by 
thy name. 

Tnm For the sake of the honour of thy name, be thou 
compliant unto us, thou who hearest prayer. Hear our 
prayer for the sake of thy name. 

lifts b« ^D Who is Omnipotent, equal unto thee ? I 
will praise thee with a loud voice, thou Shield of Abraham. 
Who is Omnipotent, equal unto thee? Let me be of those 
who die by thy hand, because thou revivest the dead. Who 
is Omnipotent equal unto thee ? I will seek thy greatness, 
thou holy King. Who is Omnipotent, equal unto thee ? 
Who searchest the words of knowledge, and graciously 
bestowest knowledge. Who is Omnipotent equal unto thee ? 
Who sayest, Return, and who delightest in penitence. Who 
is Omnipotent, equal unto thee? Who pardonest and 
forgivest ; and who pardonest abundantly. Who is 
Omnipotent, equal unto thee? With the voice of song 
and thanksgiving, it is proper to give thanks unto thee, who 
art all goodness. Who is Omnipotent, equal unto thee? 
Thy divine presence is peace; thou makest peace. Who 
is Omnipotent, equal unto thee. 

Tn^n remove the transgression of a people who return 
from transgression. 

2VD3 As it is written by the hand of thy prophet, Who 
is Omnipotent, equal unto thee, who pardonest iniquity, 
and passest by the transgression of the residue of his heritage? 
and who keepeth not his anger for ever, because he delighteth 
in mercy. He will turn again, he will have compassion on 
us, he will turn again, he will suppress our iniquities. Yea, 
thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths of the sea ; and 
all the sins of thy people, the house of Israel, into a place, 
where they shall not be remembered, nor visited, nor thought 
of, for ever. And it is said, Thou wilt shew faithfulness 
unto Jacob, and mercy unto Abraham ; which thou didst 
swear unto our fathers, in days of old. 



13SJ51 nn2? • njn on§3ri (rax »*o [ovs* njn 
k*i % 3ix '9S9 "^W ' T,^ ^W **P*WJ **$?? 

- v; v ; I • ; ■ ; * — •• 1 I | • I t t . ; | |VT : fT 

D3 % 0fcten bbt? nzw yyy? D3\Sy : 135? njn di»3 % a 

•• ; 1" — . « • 1" v: j t ; • t: •• .- • 

Wfth |H^p nnx »3 • n£X3 *p?3i£ U3 1 ? T©1 ['fptf 
^ma "Ao * nnx sna : nnx ^k p6idi brna 

|V|V Ti T - |t t t tv-«- : •• 

03jx? pxrrbrbj?. jgp • Fj#| nj^-^3 OTyogfc 
: Dnaan on ^nfe» n rofrti rawi 

•••••- : ■• t : • L : t - - J 

•• t : t t • : • •• t : • \ :*■ : r* ••*: t; - • 

: T\$y_ b$-w\ nnma • t«j \^b VOT # fcna ^3p_0 
: jv^> inj % 3# Tinsn 

Bow and say, 



mn nns2? Tfb surra** ciia 

t - t ' t : - -: 

r v.- t: 



T T 



t - t It : 1 — : • 

I- v: t: 

Tilt • nyi obiyb tt % m3« 
xn nnx «w^ pa ♦ ijwi 



202 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

^nbsi wnbM Our God, and the God of our fathers, 
pardon our iniquities [on the sabbath, say, on this day of 
rpst and] on this day of atonement. blot out and 
remove our transgressions from thy sight ; as it is said, 1, 
even I am he who blotteth out thy transgressions for mine 
own sake; and thy sins I will not remember. And it is 
said I have made thy transgressions vanish away like a 
cloud; and thy sins like a vapour; return unto me, tor 1 
have redeemed thee. And it is said, For on this day shall 
he make an atonement for you, to cleanse you ; that ye 
may be clean from all your sins before the Lord. _\Un 
the sabbath, say, Our God and the God of our Fathers, 
accept our day " of rest.] sanctify us with thy command- 
ments, and ordain our portion fo tern thy law. ^ Osatisiy 
ns with thy goodness, and cause us to rejoice in thy 
salvation [on the sabbath say, and cause us, Lord 
our God, to inherit thy holy sabbath with love and delight , 
and grant that Israel, who sanctify thy name, may have 
rest thereon) ; and purify our hearts to serve thee in truth ; 
for thou art the pardoner of Israel, who granteth remission 
of sins to the tribes of Jeshurun in every generation ; and 
besides thee there is none to whom we appeal for pardon 
and forgiveness. Blessed art thou, Lord the King who 
pardonest and forgivest our iniquities, and the iniquities ot 
thy people, the house of Israel, and causest our trespasses 
to pass away annually: King of the whole earth who 
sanctifiest [on the sabbath, add, the sabbath) Israel, and 
the day of atonement. , 

mn Lord, our God! let thy people Israel, and their 
prayers be acceptable to thee. Restore the service to the 
oracle of thine house; so that the burnt-offerings of Israel 
and their prayers, may be speedily accepted by thee with 
love and favour ; and the worship of thy people Israel be ever 
pleasing unto thee. 

1DW nannm that our eyes may behold thy return to 
Zion with mercy. Blessed art thou, Lord ! who restoreth 
his divine presence unto Zion. 



D^"n» We adore thee, for 
thou art the Lord our God, 
and the God of our ancestors, 
for evermore. Thou art the 
Bock of our life, and the 



pn-n omE 

We adore thee, for thou 
art the Eternal ! thou art 
our God and the God of our 
ancestors ! the God of all 



: "iiS2 zvh )Y-ine> rbsn ji 



F • * T 

Ss\ ti$? en* S?|^ 
♦ ftjirp hi xb »$' aitsrt 



T : T - ' ; . ; 

t : ,-» . ; T . v: v v 

wnvb* rfoxm •^Bjgtfi 

• • • :'t : - : 

TO*) 8 ! • r$ar\ rtiroVi 

ante naNH* bs •nboJ aaba 
inisiinnbw^na-Tjb 
: ntf T dJt^j topi ty^ ^ Dfenp) TOfc ^T 1 *) 

131 i^b) • ^a eta* Torn fo| • u^o »*3$ 
jn W ns-ioi nogfy ^ j^^ ^' ^ ^ 

«*&* *ft ^ noo l? ^ n ^ <$) ^ ^ 

5^p» *J3 6# D*51B e&fe 31*13 

ft W stag .« nn* ^ v^'tyy^' up$*t 

: nninb nw 

: v t 

pq« 'so s?ja*£i • T^y n^o *r. Sj? naAnan ' ,-nim 



203 MORNING SERVICB FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 



shield of our salvation; in 
all generations will we render 
thanks unto thee, and declare 
thy praise for our life, which 
is delivered into thine hand, 
and for our souls which are 
deposited with thee, and for 
thy miracles which we daily 
experience, and for thy won- 
ders and thy kindness, which 
are at all times exercised 
towards us, at morn, noon, 
and even. Thou art good, 
for thy compassion never 
faileth ; thou alone art mer- 
ciful, for thv kindness never 
ceaseth ; we for evermore 
put our trust in thee. 



flesh, who formed us, and 
formed the world in the 
beginning. Blessings and 
thanksgivings be ascribed to 
thy great and holy name, for 
having preserved us alive, 
and supported us. Thus we 
beseech thee to grant us life 
in future ; assemble our cap- 
tives in the courts of thy 
sanctuary, that we may ob- 
serve thy statutes, do thy will, 
and serve thee with an upright 
heart. Most praised and 
blessed God ! we adore thee. 



tf?3 \>V) And for all these mercies, may thy name, our 
King, be continually praised, and highly exalted for ever 
and ever. 

na'OS Our Father and our King, remember thy mercy 
and subdue thy wrath ; and extirpate the pestilence, sword, 
famine, captivity, destruction, iniquity, plague, evil occur- 
rence, and all manner of disease, obstruction, contention, 
and every species of affliction, evil decree, and causeless 
enmity, from us, and from all the children of thy covenant. 

D^nb mroi And vouchsafe to inscribe all the children of 
thy covenant for a happy life. And all the living shall for 
ever give thanks unto thee, and in truth praise thy name, 
God of our salvation and our help. Blessed art thou, Lord ! 
for goodness is thy name, and unto thee it is proper to give 
thanks. 

inhtf\ 1^nb« Our God, and the God of our ancestors, bless 
us with that threefold blessing mentioned in the law, written 
by the hands of thy servant Moses, and pronounced by 
Aaron, and his sons, the priests, on thy sanctified people, 
as expressed. The Lord bless and preserve thee ! The Lord 
let his countenance shine upon thee, and be gracious unto 
thee ! the Lord turn his countenance towards thee, and give 
thee peace. 



-S? Ski b£r Keeps ippi to n ?i^ n ?^ w V D ^ 

man ^ • via toe nnN3 «ta ^nx una • w» bfcnfc* 

: Ii-t : t ••• : ,t \ t - t ,- :T | ( v*- •• t : • 

rip™ ion nnr*o D^n mm • «*n?« * uS nm Tia 

It t : • i - -: - : •- - i" v: t: it ti-t ||.t 

rap-na to? wym mai ■ dwi D*m nwm arrow 

i : - •' It; I i •• •* : : t : • - j • -: - : t t ; 

: ^i?^3 njjtf S931 pgr?j3 ^rjfc? 

: di 1 ?^ D'mtD D^nS * Wife* ira to? ta uma t^ 

On the Sabbath ^sSo W3K is not said. 
(The Ark is opened.) 

fjfifr «xpn «3^a o»5^ 

nrix xks ■£>£ o^> ps osko iraa 

^ |J8?^ «?B *H ti|^o ti»s$ 

pqis n# a^ p-jri u$ke u^ 

tfgjifc' nntfna bisa msSo wax 

. : - •• - - : - • t 

■ I • TT ••— m»» .^ 

Oram uytDta ws DinD usta ikim 
fljg mifta *j# a^j ar|j) 13* nb a^g v^ 

^e$dk fw y» wfce W3K 

T . " : ~ : •* : - • t 



204 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

wbw U*W grant peace, happiness, and blessing, grace, 
favour, and mercy, unto us, and all thy people Israel ; bless 
us, even all of us together, our Father ! with the light of 
thy countenance; for by the light of thy countenance hast 
thou given us, Lord, our God! the law of life, benevolent 
love, righteousness, blessing, mercy, life, and peace, and may 
it please thee to bless thy people Israel at all times with thy 
peace. Blessed art thou, Lord ! who blesseth his people 
Israel with peace. 

tpn -lEDn In the book of life, blessing, peace, and honest 
sustenance, may we, and all thy people, the house of Israel, 
be remembered, and written before thee, to a happy life and 
peace, Blessed art thou, Lord ! who maketh peace. 

•naba W2N Our Father, and our King ! we have sinned 

before thee. 

Our Father, and our King ! we have no Sovereign but thee. 

Our Father, and our King ! be benevolent unto us for the 
sake of thy name. 

Our Father, and our King! renew unto us a prosperous 

year. 
Our Father, and our King ! abolish all injurious and evil 

decrees which concern us. 

Our Father, and our King ! annul the devices of those who 

hate us. 

Our Father, and our King ! frustrate the counsel oi our 

enemies. 
Our Father, and our King! extirpate every oppressor and 

adversary from us. 

Our Father, and our King! stop the mouth of our 
adversaries, and those who accuse us. 

Our Father, and our King ! eradicate the pestilence, sword, 
famine, captivity, destruction (and the plague) from the 
children of thy covenant. 

Our Father, and our King ! withhold the plague from 

thine heritage. 

Our Father, and our King! pardon and forgive our 

iniquities. 

Our Father, and our King! blot out and remove our 
transgressions and our sins from before thine eyes. 

Our Father, and our King ! erase through thine abundant 
mercy, all record of our sins. 



t man tftb mw rtan m 

a'prnn 199 ^1 FIT? T#D? P in] ? ^9 ^3$ 
TJfib n&S# nn^nsi UTinn asSa vw 

1 v r ; T * J T S • ' ■ 

■p£ ^in 1 ? ncfe^ n$«n nW Uflifpa >*3$ 

*»*! HI STH STTJ3 ttS 1 ?^ B'3« 

sp3^ aito JT15T3 W^l tt^ 5 © B % 3« 

d^id D^n ngp? agra us 1 ?? *tta« 

njneh n^xn n*o a anna usSa way 

nW»i nona nsoa uwa uaSa fr3« 

t t : - ; t t ; - •••••; •• . t . t 

nv^j n^D? «3p3 uabo ^5* 

rsrp^a n^ng n$p? «3p| a@ka W9$ 

inp s rwtr «S n»xn osfra tt ? 3« 

Jt : t : t - : - . t 

^grWa? rj? D ^ °s^ ^3$ 

u^-BWl Din uSip y?&? os^a 0*3$ 
«D^9?i n$ 11*331 ffwtja Sap «|f?g b % 3k 

unWi 1 ? B!S£ ngtf nn§ u^e 0*39 

I vt; • j t - : - t **:- *t 

Bfttt nay >2 tot agfefi »*n« 
rm njn wan jw nam nj^n xnn aata wn« 



£05 MORNING 8ERVICE FOR THE I>AY OF ATONEMENT. 

Our Father ! and our King ! cause us to return into thy 
presence with a thorough repentance. 

Our Father, and our King ! restore to perfect health the 
sick of thy people. 

Our Father, and our King ! rend the decree of our evil 
sentence. 

Our Father! and our King! remember us with a good 
memorial before thee. 

Our Father, and our King ! write us in the book of 
happy life. 

Our Father, and our King ! write us in the book of 
redemption and salvation. 

Our Father, and our King! write us in the book of good 
maintenance and sustenance. 

Our Father, and our King ! write us in the book of merit. 

Our Father, and our King ! write us in the book of 
pardon and forgiveness. 

Our Father, and our King! speedily cause salvation to 
spring forth for us. 

Our Father, and our King ! exalt the horn of thy people 
Israel. 

Our Father, and our King! exalt the horn of thine 
anointed. 

Our Father, and our King! fill our hands with thy 

blessings. 

Our Father, and our King! fill our storehouses with 
plenty. 

Our Father, and our King ! hear our voice, spare, and 
compassionate us. 

Our Father, and our King ; accept our prayers with favour 
and mercy. 

Our Father, and our King ! open the gates of heaven to 
our prayers. 

Our Father, and our King! dismiss us not empty from 
thy presence. 

Our Father, and our King ! remember that we are but 
dust. 

Our Father, and our King ! may this be the hour of mercy, 
and a favourable time in thy presence. 



wm vtyy bjri o^ Si&n a^ #jk 

sjjfhg c# by.D^ro igiih npg US&9 a*3*e 
^ #vnp ^Lo^toi ^3 **| |S&£ nfe^ wi^b tf*3wi 

dw wgrn n»S rm uata « % » 

tqum imn Vran spy mtf? n^y u^& wna 

tt'ty inpgtf 

*" ^t t/: • v 

my. n^ ofap ^ j\s ♦$ u$q ^ aft wax 

: V V T J T T ; • 

(The Reader says oSr Wlp.) 

raft ^raft t "yfryss tw $i& d'h'^o *i&$ rat 

ft* v. ft :: ft :: * t tn tn ^ ^ft^ d^ b 

t tftfc lay. nx ^ j jjv iaj£ 9 « ' j -#•, "^ 
j ftri) mom roan |*¥ nx *pwp na»pvt Efeenp ag 

J D'&hj? JHK Nbil DT ^ ft «nb3 la 1 ? » »J 

When the Ark is opened, the Congregation say: 

*£! J W *W " ™p *m "vty f*D JfcJa TO 
j t^rtt? ; tty prjin xsri pngs ♦$' s ^J3t> ^#9 

: ln^pa S*pfc iaj£> rrjw jpjp ^na 

Say the following three times :— 

no- nsi 5 n»«.) ion 371 d^sn ^n pjm Dim ^ ■ 5 5 
B "> : nan nx&m ye>si nv xbj d»sW? 



206 MORNING} SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

Our Father, and our King ! have pity on us, our children 
and infants. 

Our Father, and our King ! grant our request for the sake 
of those who were slain for thy holy name. 

Our Father, and our King ! grant it for the sake of those 
who were slaughtered for the sake of thy Unity. 

Our Father, and our King ! grant it for the sake of those 
who went through fire and water for the sanctification of 
thy name. 

Our Father, and our King! avenge in our sight the 
blood of thy servants that hath been spilt. 

Our Father, and our King ! grant our request for thy 
sake, if not for our sake. 

Our Father, and our King! grant it for thy sake, and 
save us. 

Our Father, and our King ! grant it for the sake of thine 
abundant mercy. 

Our Father, and our King ! grant it for the sake of thy great, 
mighty, and tremendous name, by which we are called. 

Our Father, and our King! be gracious unto us, and 
answer us; though we have no merit, deal charitably and 
mercifully with us, and save us. 

71B3 T« There is none like unto thee among the gods, 
Lord ! neither is there anything equal unto thy works ! Thy 
kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and thy dominion 
subsisteth throughout all generations. The Lord reigneth ; 
the Lord hath reigned ; the Lord shall reign for ever and 
ever. The Lord will give strength unto his people; the 
Lord will bless his people with peace. Father of mercies ! 
deal kindly in thy favour with Zion and rebuild the walls of 
Jerusalem; for in thee only do we confide, thou who art 
God ! high and exalted, the Sovereign of eternity. 

2D3n ^m " And when the ark set forward, Moses said, 
Arise, Lord ! and scatter thy enemies, and cause those that 
hate thee, to flee before thee. For from Zion shall the law go 
forth, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem." 

im Blessed be he who hath given the law to his people 
Israel in his holiness. 

" vi The Lord, the Lord God, merciful, and gracious, 
long-suffering, and abundant in beneficence and truth; 
keeping mercy unto thousands, forgiving iniquity 
transgression, and sin, but who will not hold guiltless. 



:niS3 dvS nnrw nSsn n 

Then say the following, 

*#& twftt S3 by) *mrt8 S3 Sy_ Sin# 'rbxy \ty\ 
i»rje wjw 'taws n^fi f npro rfcrtb 13*3 
rrnppg VHpfi y$? 3its J11513 ^*3?J1 W¥* qfo(P< 

D % mtD D»nS ■ d-3dk D M nS *ron owni njw^ 
i^ Si3xS cnS nSaSsi nniD nan» wS^Si 

v v v: v v v t t ; - : t t t : - t ; 

Kfhn ^pOTWa nunS «$ ^h? tq?i "ljftfl e^SS 
rvnrriD rap ^jjbnh rank nrai Ssbn rnrinj 

tv J ■• : ^- • : - : | • t : t v •■ : w r : • 

nfewb S3 hk t^wi wm«3b S3S n&on nSfc*i 

•• -; - T ... J .. T . . _ T . T . - . 

S&ni woo?, rnjn# ni3ito hrjj irf>g ni7^ u>jj 
vyjrn ndSs 3S3 p) mjrt) mts^ nvm S3 o^ 
^ *$* prjS ft* • prj *rn p) j$k rn^S o^ H91 

i ^kui n« * tjsS ^S rmi 

1 -: : • t: J v t : • • | : rt 

Then say three times, 

^w t»dh 3">3 ovtSk nm ny * *b *nSsn *3Si 

According to Rahbi Simon, the following is said :— 

3|r«yi srn * TjnnsT -fi^e sp-i^ sabs ktdi ppbi|? Tjn? 

ijtzNpn rrK "^asb s ?ns *jy»» ifTpsn • cbsb bs-ib? :|EJ? cs 
nisi ns* 1 * rama wanibs Vanfa TT-iin: aaaa sab H*nao»b* 

t-: - • : ••-:-: t t ; ..i- : » T ; . T T •• : - : 

• mro? tia MTP9 mn ^nbi * HrrcrfcEt r*n 7b irrfrPi siDTg 

t'- - - : t ' . : t -: •••/: v : t •:'.-' t ' • : ' t t't; 

nas * bvnfa* "-Tssb "n >Vi bs m **m -lEosbn ^bs omab 

;:- ~t ; « 't - : •:•• t -: .t ":•: -t -:•: 

*rcn nss • sbb bs i^brr snn n:s * sbbb o:nD£fl sbbb )t win 
vna MtthVI *TO3? s:n • s^n Tjb^ sn^^bs:n Mpba bs ^bc?7 

••: t:': t: - t - : . 't« t :- t-;- - •-: 

by «b ■ mi m b^s nnnis ism rmsm nap rapam s^n 

• w»BEn Nv 1 ?^ S ^ N * *o:^dd rnbw ns bs wbi * S2^m tz?:« 

t-:» tt... xir Ti . ; .■ • -r v; - - t* t: •: tv: 



207 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

nb*M b& 13iD"i Sovereign of the universe, fulfil my 
request for good : further my desire, and grant my petition : 
forgive all mine iniquities, and the iniquities of my house- 
hold, through thy pardon granted in benignity, and mercy ; 
and cleanse me from mine 1 iniquities and transgressions. 
remember me for good in thy presence ; and visit me with 
the visitation of salvation and mercy ; appoint me to a long, 
happy, and peaceable life ; to good maintenance and sus- 
tenance ; bread to eat, and raiment for clothing ; long life 
to study thy law, and keep the precepts thereof ; knowledge 
and understanding, to understand and comprehend the 
mysteries thereof : send us a remedy for all our sorrows ; 
and bless thou the work of our hands ; ordain thou for us 
nothing but good, with salvation and comfort : and remove 
far from us heavy and sore plagnes : inspire the heart of the 
king, his counsellors, and princes, with benevolence to- 
wards us. May this be thy holy will, Amen. May the 
words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be 
acceptable in thy presence, Lord, who art my Rock and 
Redeemer. 



\nbsn 'ONI May my prayer ascend unto thee, Lord, 
in an acceptable time ; in thine abundant mercy, God, 
answer me in the truth of thy salvation. 



HEU? T"i^ Blessed be thy name, thou who art Sovereign of 
the universe : blessed be thy crown and residence ; mayest 
thou delight in thy people Israel for ever ; shew them the 
redemption of thy right hand in thine holy temple ; and accept 
their supplication with mercy. May it be acceptable in thy 
presence, to grant me a long and happy life ; and that we may 
be numbered among the righteous. Have mercy upon me, 
and guard me, and all that belong to me, and to thy people 
Israel. Thou art He who feedeth and maintaineth all : thou 
art He who ruleth over all ; thou art He who ruleth over all 
kings ; for the kingdom is thine. 1 am the servant of the holy 
and blessed God, before whom and his precious law, I bow 
down ; I rely not on man, nor on any celestial being, but on 
the God of heaven, for he is the true God; sufficient to do 
good and righteous acts ; on him do I rely, and to his holy 



:t«9 ort nnn&> then m 

napE* * taStt?,^ ^nimyi * fci^p nrnnfai • isit^p Nnbj? mrj 
sj« Hn^jfi nu?^ n»tt?bi • prrj njh na • taints. 153& "t^s 1 ? 
n>btt?rn NiT-risa >ab nnsm "nmp Nisn am • jnaafan ibm 

.... t;- : .. -:•: ' t t't t~ ■ •• : • t : : -•• 

: ibn * Dbrcbi 7«nb!» n&b b*nfep tjb2 b^ ssbi - "»aVj rbsaja 

• ••t t :•:*•- : ~ ; — t : • ' t - t : t • : • •:*•-: t •- 

The Reader takes the miil and commences the following verses, which the 

Congregation repeat >— 

t v t; i" v: t: •• t ; • r - ; 

t : |t |- —. t |" v; t v 

The Reader says, 

x no. W nwn? w *£ ^1 t ?n 

Whilst the min is being taken to the desk, the Congregation ray 

the following : 

bh »3 mnni roam m*tewi meum r&ai * ^S 
5 atjn : *an ehnp v^n Drob viD&Bfa uyfcg j? &en 
aer*j!) is&fl?) naaft Bnpwj ^jrc ban ^ 

r\v*&n m bs jr»j D^biyn tk ibtrp] r^r^ pypj v^s 

I T • • • • 1 ; - T _ v . 

rorjft aynf? &b i&? rtjn Bftft? *W : 3^199 ehn 
ni^3 r^jj) ^35 : jrv t! »#3 «T! |^| |?g "^ lanji 



208 MOfiNXSTG 6BBY1GB FOB THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

and reverend name I continually utter praise. may it be 
acceptable in thy presence, to enlighten me in thy law, and to 
fulfil the desire of my heart, and the hearts of thy people 
Israel, for good, peace, and life. Amen. 

bH-iar> V12W Hear, Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord 

is ONE. 

i^n^H ins Our God is one ; our Lord is great ; holy and 
tremendous is his name. 

*hll magnify the Lord with me, and let us together* 
extol his name. 

nbl^n * *jb Thine, Lord ! is the greatness, power, glory, 
victory, and majesty ; for all that is in the heaven and in the 
earth, is thine : thine is the kingdom, Lord ! and thou art 
exalted as the Supreme above all. 

wnbtf * 'SDE'n Extol ye the Lord, our God I and bow down 
at his footstool, for holy is he. Exalt ye the Lord, our God ! 
and worship at his holy mount, for the Lord our God is holy. 

b^rr b$ For all which, the name of the Supreme King of 
kings, the holy and blessed God, shall be extolled, hallowed, 
praised, glorified, magnified, and exalted in the worlds that he 
hath created, even this world and the future one, according to 
his will, the desire of those who fear him, and the desire of all 
the house of Israel. Former of the universe! Lord of all 
creatures ! and the God of all souls ! who sitteth in the wide 
extended heavens, and dwelleth in the heaven of heavens : his 
holiness is above the Jivn and his holiness is above the throne 
of glory ; sanctify thou thy name through us, Lord, our 
God ! in the sight of all the living, and we will sing a new 
song in thy presence ; as it is written— sing unto God, sing 
praises to his name ; extol him who rideth upon the heavens ; 
praise him by his name Jah ! and rejoice before him ; for we 
shall see him eye to eye, when he returns to his habitation : 
as it is written — for eye to eye shall they see him when the 
Lord returneth to Zion. And it is said, and the glory of the 
Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together ; for 
the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it. 



VOL. TT- 27 



tpyv* rnj tarri owes pz bit? tfn Dvprnn :ik 
p jnn T£3 1RJTI rnjnn rty&n p tipie^ St.1 
wniS^O iwi D^Siy n^W? artra prn d**?*>$3 

• —. - : t : t t ■ : 

One of the Manuscripts of the Pentateuch is placed on the Reading Desk, and 

the Reader says, 

hbr\ s pa 'ibfctil 13 D-pmn Sb 1 ? g^fy |j*j imga 

Here the Reader names the person called to the min 

ntf&n ? s mm : insr^? b*r# i&s? 1 ? • rryin \r§f ^ 
an&r M n*ipa : *ns nb^na ru&ao * nny * ^ na*#& 

• t : t: •• | • |V - |- : - r t v;v t: ^" v , t - • : 

I .. . ^- ; ^ t: - |t •• - • ; t t t; ~ : • •• •• : - : 

nan* H max tan dwi hxn t ab®z isma* Tiy * 
: is » trpinn bb^ ^n |jp 

The Congregation raspond : — 

• : am dd^3 D«n M*rfra »a D*p:nn djwi 

v : s • - v •• v: t - J ■ •• ; - v - : 

Those who are called to the law, say the following benediction, before the 

Reader begins to read. 

Congregation answers. 

The Person called, says. 

After the Portion is read, he says. 

rm rnrm aS p-u n^x • oSiyn ^p u^fefl 5 rung ^n? 



209 MOBNIKO SBBVICE FOB TEE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

2^mn sm merciful Father have compassion on those 
♦viio have been borne by thee ; remember the covenant of the 
patriarchs ; deliver onr sonl from evil occurences ; and rebuke 
the evil imagination from those who have been thy care from 
the womb ; and through thy mercy cause us to escape it for 
ever ; and fulfil our desire with the good measure of salvation, 
and mercies. 

One of the Manuscripts of the Pentatench isplaced on the Reading Desk, and 

the Reader says, 

1 W»1 may he help, shield, and save all those that trust ' 
in him ; and let us say, Amen. All of ye ascribe power unto 
God, and tender honour unto the law, — [ Here the 'person is 
called by name, who is to ascend the reading desk, to hear the 
law readJ] — Blessed be he who hath given the law to his 
people Israel through his holiness. The law of the Lord is 
perfect, quieting the soul ; the testimony of the Lord is sure, 
making the simple wise. The statutes of the Lord are right, 
rejoicing the heart ; the commandment of the Lord is clear, 
enlightening the eyes. The Lord will give strength unto his 
people : the Lord will bless his people with peace. The way 
of God is perfect ; the word of the Lord is pure : he is a shield 
to all who trust in him. 

D>pmn nnwi But ye that did cleave unto the Lord your 
God, are alive every one of you unto this day. 

Those who are called to the law, say the following benediction, before the 

Reader begins to read. 

*D~a Bless ye the Lord, who is ever blessed. 

Congregation answers. 

Tnn Blessed be the Lord, who is blessed for ever and 
evermore. 

The Person called, says. 

I'm Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ; King of the 
universe who hath chosen us from all nations, and hath given 
us his law. Blessed art thou, Lord ! giver of the law. 

After the Portion is read he says. 

rrns 7TQ Blessed art thou Lord, our God ! King of the 
universe, who hath given us a law of truth, and planted eternal 
life amongst us. Blessed art thou, Lord ! giver of the law. 



: ^163 nvb mm? roan *i 

From the first of the two Manuscripts of the Pentateuch taken out of the 
Ark, the following portion is read to six Persons ; but if on the Sabbath 

to seven. 

■"02b ona-ipa pn« >32 >iw nib >nns nttfa-bw him -»a-m 
to-bwi Tns pns-bs ni-n nate-bN frlm -.art*. : vwi rtim 

* T • T j -. i . •• - V V T ; V - l\T- VT : 

psrrbs itt?N rriban "os-bis rohsb n>SD anfrrrbN rnrtaa 

t .t <v -. v •• : v '.' »t " i** • v' - v •• t : 

EHjvn-bN pny to ntfta : rnbarrbs n«-is rba "»s ra^ sbi 
mib> wip li-nih? (a rows) : nbfrb Vhi nstanb ipa^a nsa 
Itej \a riQ3?!p^ -fern ^? ^^«nJi inba-bv ^rn in^D^D-i 
P nTg riMEfi : ntfa^i t^fca-n$ d*m yjrr\ =n p'7Jr» , Taa 

|rn|?m : nbsb ins Vhi nw&nb qv, * ^y'w^w np> biinar* 

•* • • • IT • VT • •J"" • AT ™, V* • J** ■ I*"" •*/""• *"T* 

I ro«o) : i/va im* i7$3 "f?1 ^JSTHlftj ™$nn ns-riM pn« 
bns ros nin> ypb nn« TPJEfl ^^^O "flitf-fiN npbi. •& 
nimb inw bnia nib-# D^stpn \?tp-b? ^nw jnji : Tgfo 
vby rrb* -tow -v^prrrw firw anpm : br«trb thn Vrln 
Vmn vby nbi nbs Tb\fty\ : nN&n jihto") rrjmb b-vfen 
fewrob ink nbtfb vjb* npb nirn vjab nttto* Vtsr^b 
to? -f?1 ff-i$t nstsnrr is-™ firrw n^,?rn : rrja-rarr 
S»nr» (n rora) : tb — ittfy nsjann ns-riN tantth in^ T^nn 
^bp^ nin> ypba nir?n bvn mw^bm nnn^n-«bD npbi 
^"!.?i7LT"n« )rv\ : n5.i"»ab n^ao N^ani npi onso nnbp v^prr 
py -i»'y nnbsn-ns nnfen p^ i hd^i nin*> ^ob ^sn-b:? 
r^bsri yo-b? i37??Na mm. nbn d^td npbi : n^> tsbi nsiT^n 
fcncr'i : iya^Ns njn-p D^rs-MB? m^ mSan '•asbi mip 
npincb n\an-bw iaT-riM «>ini nvb -)W& nwtann n^b-nw 

• A T ^ • • T • • •• : t t jv -: t - i- <• : 

fobi nnbsn-br in'w njni nbn Dib n&y nb«3 ib-rnw nby , 

' • • • V » *T • S T - J- . T T <V -;l- T V JT T ; 

-b-pb DPp^BM b«nb> 5a htetao t&ihrrbv ns^i : nnbsn 

T . • J . ; •. . V' - " JV • : V I - - 



210 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

mrP niTl And the Lord spake unto Moses, after the death of the two 
sons of Aaron, when they offered before the Lord, and died; and the Lord 
said unto Moses, speak unto Aaron, thy brother, that he come not at all times 
into the holy place within the veil, before the mercy -seat, which is upon the 
ark, that he die not ; for I will appear in the cloud upon the mercy-seat- 
Thus shall Aaron come into the holy place, with a young bull for a sin-offering, 
and a ram for a burnt-offering. 

He shall put on the holy linen coat, and he shall have the linen breeches 
upon his flesh, and shall be girded with the linen girdle, and with the linen 
mitre shall he be attired; these are holy garments : therefore shall he wash 
his flesh in water, and so put them on. And he shall take of the congregation 
of the children of Israel, two kids of the goats for a sin-offering, and one ram 
for a burnt-offering. And Aaron shall offer his bull of the sin-offering, which 
is for himself, and make an atonement for himself and for his house. 

And he shall take the two goats, and present them before the Lord, at the 
door of the tabernacle of the congregation. And Aaron shall cast lots upon 
the two goats ; one lot for the Lord, and the other lot for the vTNtS?- And 
Aaron shall bring the goat, upon which the Lord's lot fell, and offer him for 
a sin-offering; but the goat on which the lot fell to be the scape-goat, shall 
be presented alive before the Lord, to make an atonement with him, and to 
let him go for a scape-goat into the wilderness. And Aaron shall bring the 
bull of the sin-offering, which is for himself, and shall make an atonement for 
himself, and for his house ; and shall kill the bull of the sin-offering, which is 
for himself. 

And he shall take a censer full of burning coals of fire, from off the altar 
before the Lord, and his hands full of sweet incense beaten fine, and bring it 
within the veil. And he shall put the incense upon the fire before the Lord, 
that the cloud of the incense may cover the mercy-seat that is upon the 
testimony, that he die not. And he shall take of the blood of the bull, and 
sprinkle it with his finger upon the mercy -seat, eastward ; and before the 
mercy-seat shall he sprinkle of the blood with his finger seven times. Then 
shall he kill the goat of the sin-offering that is for the people, and bring his 
blood within the veil, and do with that blood as he did with the blood of the 
bull, and sprinkle it upon the mercy -seat. And he shall make an atonement 
for the holy place, because of the uncleanness of the children of Israel, and 
because of their transgressions in all their sins ; and so shall he do for the 
tabernacle of the congregation that remaineth among them, in the midst of 



1D31 ins"-i3? nhfca -122b 1V22 wte bn'wa i mm-sb cis 

<v . : a - v'v. - •• - : if : •• v j : jv: • tt 

-bs ns^'i qm (n rara) : b*nar> bnp-ba tmi in^a -to* rroa 
n^fen dtoi Sqh r^2 npbi vbs -1221 m'm-^Db nafti nsrsn 
P2E7 ii72ss2 ovna vbv nirn : 2^22 n2TEn ninirbs jnai 

-jv Br : t i yr- * * st t t . : i«t -*.**:• - / :»- - *s»-t: 

-ns isan nb2i : bsnap *aa n'sataa intoi tiroi epdifb 

v j* - • t • : r* t : • >•• : l ; \ « .'• : j -; i- : a« t ; 

: Tin ■r y't&rrntf anpm riaiarrnwi isia bn'wnsi Enpn 

it v j- i - v v.-': • : -a-* : • - v : v v j v ; •.-' - 

-rw vby rninm >nn n>ybn ttfs-rbs IT ^tzrriN Ann «ibd*i 

t t j t - : • J " - • T " J J" tt j" : v • ■; r- ' - t : 

cn« irm cnsfcn-bab wraoferbaviHi b*nkr> *aa ftmrba 

t * <" t : at - t : W •• ; • t v . •• t ; . j- : - T 

T»ybn MKD31 : maiari >nv ci^"T2 nbtri i>sfen tr-s-i-br 

j. t - t t; tit : • - v.» • ;. ~: •>»-•: • -i - j 

: -121^2 Tsbrrns nbah rnp v^-bs cnb'^-bs-nw vbr 

it : . - v t - v i~ ■ : "v : • vjv v v.t i -: t v -jt r 

inaa trnb ->tf« i2n vtaa*™ W*w TSia bns-bs inns kh 

j : v.- t #» -• t - j- : • v - t " v j v • -; i- < T 

miip cfapa d s fen S-iba-ns vh^ : caf orpam nnprrbN 

't 'jt : •- - <r : v • - t: It v.t • * : v'a- 

froa-iipi sin nby-nsi irto-nN nbm nspi viaa-ns BrnVi 

«- jW • : t t J" v : t i v vr t: tt; <tt : v <.- t : 

: nn2T2n -mT nN&nn nbn nsi wen (i nsra) : crrr irm 
0^2 liba-rw vni^i v» , Taa cs2> b'tst^b n>^bn-ns s nWom 

•at - vt . v ■ tr x: tt : j* - - : " t _ :i- • t - v -<~ - ; ,- . 

t - i- j- : j" : . t - i- - •• : rv -: i- I- v j ^ K- ~-?r-« 

siD-iicn n^n^b v^nD-bw s^ % i ,t tc'-rps nzzb qbttim sn^n nfew 

JIT; AV -; rl" » J • V V- '•' ' J" : T T V <T V -; 

oaa> on** nnbni : cD-52-nsi c^b^-nsi Drn^-nM riva 

j" - ; t ,J " " ! it : • v : kj t : jt v .. ^ 

hn^rfi : n^nsn-bs rfn; p-^insi D^aa ha?a-nM vnni ^4aa 

jt ;it : iv-;ri- • j t «v ••—•-: .at - \. T : v i ; - T . TT . 

-nM narn Dinb ni&ss r5"»a&n trnhs cbir npnb c^b 

V J ; V ™ T • • * . . J AT 'j- \ ; ^V t 

: oaaina -$n i^m rnwn -i^n sb rcsbs-brn D5^na?Dg 
^ab cb^nsian b'212 oarw -rn^b s^^bi? -122^ n-rn ci s n->3 
Dn^27i ebb k^n Jinaa? nari »w (7 nsra) : snrrtDii nirn 

^v • • : v t • j t - — ' 1 t ; . «.t : 

ie?mi ins ntz^-itrs 7n'2n n^rbi : cbir npn Da*»rwQa nw 
722 i2n n;2-n« abVi vps nnn ]H2b n^-n« wb»* 
^2|?2^T-n^ , ) i^i^ bnkTiMi uHpn irjrp^-nN ^221 : ahp^i 
obb n^rnn^n'i : -122^ bn^n Dj-bjrbsi P>3n!bD bp 1 ) -E:2 , ' 
na^a nns nnsbn-b^ Syn^ ^2-bi: n|2b cbii? npnb 

iv v it : /t. -r/ -:»- - -- 



211 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OF ATONEMENT. 

their uncleannesg. And there shall he no man in the tabernacle of the 
congregation, when he goeth in to make an atonement in the holy place, nntil 
he come out, and hive made an atonement for himself, and for his household, 
and for all the congregation of Israel. 

And he shall go out unto the altar, that is before the Lord, and make an 
atonement for it ; and shall take of the blood of the bull, and of the blood of 
the goat, and put it upon the horns of the altar round about. And be shall 
sprinkle of the blood upon it with his finger seven times, and cleanse it, and 
hallow it from the uncleanness of the children of Israel. And when he hatli 
made an end of reconciling the holy place, and the tabernacle of the 
congregation, and the altar, he shall bring the live goat ; and Aaron shall lay 
both his hands upon the head of the live goat and confess over him all the 
iniquities of the children of Israel, and all their transgressions in all their sins, 
putting them upon the head of the goat, and shall send him away by the 
hand of a fit man in the wilderness. 

And the goat shall bear upon him all their iniquities, unto a land not 
inhabited; and he shall let go the goat in the wilderness. And Aaron shall 
come into the tabernacle of the congregation, and shall put off the linen 
garments, which he put on when he went into the holy place, and shall leave 
them there. And he shall wash his flesh with water in the holy place, and 
put on his garments, and come forth and offer his burnt-offering of the people 
and make an atonement for himself, and for the people. 

And the fat of the sin-offering shall he burn upon the altar. And he that 
let go the goat for the scape-goat, shall wash his clothes, and bathe his flesh 
in water, and afterwards shall he come into the camp. And the bull for the 
sin-offering, and the goat for the sin-offering, whose blood was brought in to 
make an atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp ; 
and they shall burn in the fire their skins and their flesh, and their dung. 
And he that burneth them, shall wash his clothes, and bathe his flesh in 
water, and afterwards he shall come into the camp. And this shall be a 
statute for ever unto you; that in the seventh month, on the tenth day of the 
month, ye shall afflict your souls, and do no work at all, whether it be one of 
your own country, or a stranger that sojourneth among you. For on that day 
shall the priest make an atonement for you, to cleanse you, that ye may be 
clean from all your sins before the Lord. 

It shall be a sabbath of rest unto you, and ye shall afflict your souls by a 
statute for ever. And the priest whom they shall anoint, and whom they 
shall consecrate to minister in the priest's office, in his father's stead, shall 
make the atonement, and shall put on the linen clothes, even the holy 
garments. And he shall make an atonement for the holy sanctuary, and he 
shall make an atonement for the tabernacle of the congregation, and for the 
altar ; and he shall make an atonement for the priests, and for all the people 
of the congregation. And this shall be an everlasting statute unto you, to 
make an atonement for the children of Israel, for all their sins, once a year 
And he did as the Lord commanded Moses 



In the Second Manuscript of the Pentateuch, the following Portion is 

read for the "VtASC. 

DJvasn cib mm feiS-bnpD mrr ^ntsn trnrib nii§rsn 

vv • • : v t jv : • v' t»j i> v - • : - v T tv 

riimb nbv ofcrnprn : ^bsn rib roNba-bs DyoioterfiN 

t i- <t v : -': . : i -:i- j vr t ; t ttt , • 

nbzti nieHaa n^tms ins Vn ins -ra-ia na nrra n\i 
c'oh&ro n^btr? 7»t&5 nbnba nbb Dnnacfi : cab top ca^n 

: v <t : • v at - jt : T \ t t : . iv t j ; l« v- • : 

-rnsn trasb rtnwv Yhk» : "man Vwb o^aHb? ^attf nab 

at v t :•(:•- ' t . ' t • it vit -v.- t •:••••: T 

nstan liba riNtan inw nnyn^b : cwnsn nsntc'b 

vr - - : • at - *.t v *• « • : •• t : - v.- : • : 

: amsoai nnna&si T»nrr nbin fanssn 

iv •• : • : vt t : • • t - jt : • S • - 

When the Law is elevated, the Congregation say, 

t; • - •• t ;•••;••; • •.• t v -; t • : 

t • t | v t t • ; t ; ^- •• : - t v t : 

: t?#i rrjinTfj! ijrjv p© 1 ? p§0 I? :TD ?) *tif ^a^a 

He that reads the Portion from the Prophets, says the following before 

he begins. 

tnpfl} ins im • oSiyn ■=&& wrfra " nnx ■ana 

:■• - t v -: t ^ t |v v •■ v: t: t - t 

t. t - j t •>• v: v • t v: v - •••••:•: t t : • 

: pn^n&Kn vspn raj W#?i nss n^^ nnin? nnisn 

nb >% : ^E3? irao biffibB ^nn trrmaa .ibb-nbb -i»m 

'• ' tn • v. : • j. t ' vat - *. i v- t : 

NST-ns*) )i3tr?N ttfi-rpi cha ibo? tth'-rpi is pits s&ai en -i»n 

T •• a.. vt: jt : j't : - 'y t ■ : jt - t 

rib £ : D^N2na ab Hiwrbq a^atf mi hvnnb rrn-bo^ 
niatc-'a^ *|itfoj. ycbn rrn-»3 ^ispw n^ab ^bi n^s cbi37b 

^ ■ • .i j t . . - |. i ^i ... -;vT j : . t t : 

z^ti TTb;i *tam nnpn -in^Ni ^ns^p in k 2 7^3 : \-^to >a« 

r ' a ... j- . i" - ; • :;• 't -^ ; • ' j -;i- • ■• t j -.- 

ib Qipna cba?Ni annas') ^nsQnsi >n^«n vdh : isb TT-ma 

VT • ' T stt~ :' s tit t t .at t : j- v." it •• -;i- : 

vp^a *wnw bbn^ wb hpdn "»3 Dnaa ca s 3 n^^-im : vnNsnn 

. vr ~ J ::•- t j '••:-<• at;. jt - v t : it : |. t : 

-bw '"jinan snp : D N uehb ^rrbw nas cibtz? i^n : ta^i tfan 

' t : cr': |. T : it v- v: j- t t • j" i. t v /v 

: nn^^n np37> n^nb^ c^ofs ^2?b fan 1 ) Tibip mn nct^s TTi&nn 

S « »TpO 



212 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

"Ilfi7!&m And on the tenth day of the seventh month, ye shall have an 
holy convocation; and ye shall afflict your souls; ye shall not do any work 
therein. But ye shall offer a burnt-offering unto the Lord for a sweet savour, 
one young bull, one ram, and seven lambs of the first year, they shall be unto 
you without blemish. And their meat-offering shall be of fine flour, mingled 
with oil, three tenth-deals to a bull, and two-tenth-deals to one ram ; a several 
tenth -deal for one lamb, throughout the seven lambs ; one kid of the goats for 
a sin-offering, besides the sin-offering of atonement, and the continual burnt- 
offering, and the meat-offering of it, and their drink-offerings. 

rrfinn n«n And this is the law which Moses set before the 
children of Israel, by the command of the Lord by the hand of 
Moses. It is a tree of life to those that lay hold on it ; and the 
supporters thereof are happy. Its ways are ways of pleasant- 
ness, and all its paths are peace. Length of days is on its right, 
hand on its left are riches and honour. The Lord was pleased 
for his righteousness sake to magnify the law and adorn it. 

nns "jm Blessed art thou, Lord, our God ! King of 
the universe ; who hath chosen good prophets, and delighted 
in their words, which were delivered in truth. Blessed art 
thou, Lord ! who hath chosen the law, his servant Moses, 
his people Israel, and the true and righteous prophets. 

THE PORTION FROM THE PROPHETS, POR THE DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

ibD *1DM1 And he (the prophet) shall say, Make a path, make a path,, 
clear the way, remove all obstruction from the road of my people. For thus- 
saith the High and lofty One, who inhabiteth eternity, and whose name is 
Holy, Yon high and holy place I inhabit ; and I am also with the contrite 
and humble of spirit ; to revive the spirit of the humble, and to give life t> 
the heart of the contrite. For I will not always contend, neither will I to 
wroth for ever ; when the spirit, and the souls which I have made, shall oe 
overwhelmed from before me. Because of the iniquity of his covetuousmss, 
and because he departed, and went on frowardly, in the way of his own hetrt. 
I was wroth, and smote him ; hiding my face in mine anger. I have leen 
his ways ; yet I will heal him, and will guide him; and I will restore comrbrta 
to him, and to his mourners. I create the fruit of the lips ; peace to him that 
is afar off, and peace to him that is near, saith the Lord, and I will heal him. 
But the wicked are like the troubled sea; for it never can be at rest; rut its 
waters cast up filth and mire. There is no peace, saith my God, to the wicked* 
Proclaim aloud, spare not ; like the sound of a trumpet, lift up thy voice; and 
declare unto my people their transgressions, and to the house of Jacos their 



: ^m ah imrw rfosn y*\ 

np-TS-itrw *& TresfT '■sti ran m hv h^ i ci> >f.isi 

'jt t ; v -; : • a t : v v.- t : - J- : ■ : : • < • : 

irriba nmp prnn&Qafta ^rf$Mt^ nb *3b Yribs fcQtrto nipy 

l« v: j- :' • i v v •■ : : • • t : • t t j t v: •*.-;• t t 

Di>2 ?n vm sb-i woa was nnh sbi bns nab : wsbit 

<: 'j" ■*•" -J : v- : - j. . t • T j : s T ' i t : v 

: nDbip cnsa ^atrnb of*:: ^m-sb 37C7-» wrcwa mnbn 

iv : 'i < r - - j- : - : j t i - av ' _ : v : i - ; 

7»as3 nSbn icteD dim nias Di^ sirrirpw cis mm nbn 

• : - : • t -: a : - k-t t j - -j •• t ; v j v : |. v t ": 

Nibn : nimb ivn dvi bisrtfnfori ntbn JW ncsi rici iaWn 

j -: it I- • v. t > : t' : • v t - : - . - v •• t ' s - ; 

nbah mate nfaaw inn sari niacin nn2 sirnras ois nr 

<- - . at j-.-; C" - - v j ••. : - - •• - •• t ; v j 

?T^nb nsnb dHq «iSn : sipron niDia-bai eaten b s *ran 

'•.•;- "tit < t -: i i" - : ».T t : • : t 

# i* : lr : • • • : »<•••:• i« -at . jt v- ; j. • -:,- 

Tibni rosn nnna ^rnDisi ?piN Hntes ww ts : nhvnn 

\- t : at : • jt •• : v ' : ,t \-;i- ' v - - - ><-t . jt it - . . 

Sttttfa rap nimi s-ipn ts : ttddn^ rrim Tbs ^fpis k^sb 

v.-- : v-:r jt r t' : • <t 'iv : - r vt : ; : "v : • ' v» : 

: iis-ian yass nba? ntbia Tpina TDn-cN ^an -isn^ 

•vit v - : P : v j- : t ' : . *• t -a- • j- ; 

TTnbDNi TT-nis Tiafria mn i^atwn rro:3 atem ^ates asnb nsrn 

v' :it--;i- »v 'v - <-t: - a. : - vt -.1- v;v ; 'v :- ••tit ' <■• t : 

flTibsn TO'oa ninsnsa s^frm 'Van nin> tTtoi : D'nnsa 

• IV : " : v : - t : - : -<•:•: • t t : j '-; t : . , T T . T - 

< t It ^ : " : 1 J •' —. • - i - : v t '_- : t • t : • a. -; 1- 

?rssn nib37 ?jban nst^a n^trn-zs : n^i^b ntona nnirra 

V/ t _ : j —.':': - j ~ • <• t • vit T . : /•• : 

nibra Ikra^i 122a nin^ tfi-rpb aaS ni^b ns^pi ^'ip ova 

j — .1- : - • : t ••. : t : <•: • v r T »'t: a. :*t j : 

spjFosnm riim-b? aa^rvi ts : nn^ 1211 ffSDn sisaa «pb"Ti 

• v.- : - : • : t : - - - : • t it t r* ~s i's : v ^ : • ■ vt : 

: n^T nin^ >s ^ tt^s ^hv> nbn2 xT^nb^sm v^x '♦rnba-bp 

I-- . vt : -j- ' • t 'j -:r " ~r ' ■ : --nr :. ■ vav •• t^t 

♦ t¥jgw n?n^n ■ nfenjrj noian • ja«3n Sxn • nrrnn ^p^ 

D^awi ''^riSx M wn nr.K px^ :pnyi nas vim Srty 

: viiT^? ]^x5n SiSn • ; nnx ^nsi • nrw [Wi) ;p k s;j 

T |VT ; I T - , - ; T: t - I T ,•• T ; 

: '1 vjv 



213 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAY OP ATONEMENT. 

sins. Yet daily they seek me, and desire to know my ways, as a nation that 
hath done righteousness, and hath not forsaken the ordinance of God ; they 
continually enquire of me concerning the ordinances of righteousness ; they 
take delight to draw unto God. Wherefore have we fasted, and thou seest 
not ? Have we afflicted our souls, and thou dost not regard ? Behold, in the 
day of your fasting, ye enjoy pleasure ; and all demands ye exact rigorously. 
Behold, ye fast for strife and contention ; and to smite with the fist of 
wickedness ; hut ye fast not as this day, to cause your voice to he heard on 
high. Is such, then, the fast which I have chosen ; that a man should afflict 
his soul for a day ? Is it, that he should bow down his head like a bulrush, 
and spread sackcloth and ashes for his couch ? Shall this be called a fast, and 
a day acceptable to the Lord ? Verily, this fast I choose, to dissolve the bands 
of wickedness, to loosen the oppressive burthens, and to let the oppressed 
[slaves] go free; and that ye should break assunder every yoke ; to distribute 
thy bread to the hungry ; and bring the miserably poor afflicted into thy 
house ; when thou seest the naked that thou clothe him ; and that thou hide 
not thyself from thine own flesh. Then shall thy light break forth like the 
morning, and thy health shall spring forth speedily ; thy righteousness shall 
go before thee ; and the glory of the Lord will receive thee. Then shalt thou 
call, and the Lord will answer ; thou shalt cry, and he will say, Lo, I am here. 
If thou remove from the midst of thee every oppression ; the threatening 
finger, and the injurious speech — If thou pour out thy soul to the hungry, 
and satisfy the afflicted soul ; then shall thy light rise in obscurity, and thy 
darkness shall be as the noon-day. And the Eternal will lead thee continually, 
and satisfy thy soul with heavenly splendour; he will moisten thy bones; 
thou shalt be like a well-watered garden, and like a flowing spring, whose 
waters never fail. And they that spring from thee shall build the ancient 
ruins ; the foundations of old times shalt thou raise up, and thou shalt be 
ailed thee repairer of the broken mound; the restorer of paths to be 
frequented by inhabitants. If thy feet rest on the sabbath, from following 
thy occupations on my holy day, and thou shalt call the sabbath a delight, and 
the holy feast of the Lord honourable, and shalt honour it, by refraining from 
thy purpose, from pursuing thy pleasure, and from speaking vain words — then 
shalt thou find delight in the Eternal, and I will make thee ride on the high 
places of the earth ; and I will feed thee on the inheritance of Jacob, thy 
father ; for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it. 

Tint* "pin Blessed art thou, Lord, our God, King of' 
the universe ! former of all the worlds, who is righteous in all 
generations : the faithful God, who promiseth and perfornaeth ; 
speaketh and accomplished : for all his words are true and 
just. Faithful art thou, Lord, our God ; and thy words 
are faithful : for not one of thy words shall return back without 
being fulfilled ; for thou, God ! art a faithful and merciful 
Kino*. Blessed art thou, Lord ! the God, who is faithful in 
all his words. 

1^2 bs cm have compassion upon Zion, for it is the 
dwelling of our life ; and speedily in our days, save the 
afflicted soul. Blessed art thou, Lord ! who wilt cause 
Zion to rejoice with her children. 



jva nd?Bpa • 'fnss sraan vj^?ra «7J^? !! «p£& 

• nj n^ kS ixw bg. • uab bfljj r*y r rnnzp? * ^^ in 
nys^3 tchd Dga \2j ♦ rro| hk Dnng niy 6m? *6j 

: -in pp ^ nnx ^na • njn cKy 1 ? na nay &£ • .^ " 
ram] tn*^ DW3£r^8) rn T insn-Sj;. , i rrtiwr^ 
rowi wri^N * ^-nnntf * ran nnwn r&^™* 

J ~ v: t; |t t|- t v v - % u 

-m?V rrj^ • ng^bv rfcrql? [nrm&bl n$Tjj? 
B»ypg* * ^> ania urns atfrg \) S&O W > ttWpfa 

b^9 pan ^3 4 ^o • » «3« ^"1? • tj£ D$| nag 

On the Sabbath the fouowlng is said-.— 

♦am? *rn • «tb anew wn • a;a# {p ifn^ »prj 

4 K%a mra • Natin won : «»agn mwi * wn ^itm 

t . T : - T _ . . T «r-.. M J;„ ;< 

r; ^| ..... T . TT | -T-: 

• pntv -spy, mj^ tqbe : tttrtm rpbjft ft ^ 
PPW1 ' fin V? ?P"1B jjgri • pnw N3W1 • pn»n k»s! 
k$#3 *! n» ' p«5*3 \<y~phi fw « kj# b p pap#!) 

: px ie«3) • pjrrp? ba • jut^d? nh; 

• ♦3»*tk ^m • wf3) *nprn *on • Npe> p Jj^Tte Dip? 

: n%o jqwyi nsu nv"]3i * Nptrr W5SCP) Wl *Wi 
'0^91? ^toy nV HI • piD^ nS *? Njnr ♦Np»pi : «»n Nyni 

♦ ji3»n ^s; • pa^ y»: Ntt'psn r^« * ^ w 



214 MORNING SERVICE TOR THB DAT OP ATONEMENT. 

l^nbN * IDnBB? Lord, our God ! cause us to rejoice in 
thy servant Elijah, the prophet, and in the kingdom of the 
house of David, thine anointed. May he come speedily, and 
gladden our hearts. Suffer no stranger to sit on his throne, 
nor let any other again inherit his glory : for by thy holy name, 
hast thou swor. anto him, that his lamp should never be 
extinguished. Blessed art thou, Lord I the Shield of 
David. 

TTYinn by For the sake of the law, the sacrifices, the 
prophets, [on the sabbath, say, and the sabbath-day,] and this 
day of atonement, which thou hast given unto us, Lord, 
our God, for a day of sanctification and rest forgiveness, 
pardon, and remission, for honour and glory ; for all which 
Lord, our God, we thank and praise thee ; blessed be, 
thy name in the mouth of every living creature, continually, 
and for evermore ; for thy word, our King, is true, and 
permanent for ever. Blessed art thou, Lord, King of the 
whole earth, who sanctifiest [on the sabbath, say, the sabbath, 
and] Israel, and the day of atonement. 

On the Sabbath the following is said ;— 

|_ip-)12 mp' 1 may redemption proceed from heaven, attended 
with grace, kindness, and mercy, long life, affluence, heavenly 
assistance, bodily health, and wisdom ; living and healthful 
children, a posterity that shall not cease nor relax from the 
words of the law, to the teachers and rabbins of the holy 
society, which are in the land of Israel, and the land of 
Babylon, the principal orators, the chiefs of the captivity, the 
heads of the colleges, the judges of the gates, their disciples, 
and the disciples of their disciples, and all who are employed 
in the study of the law. May the sovereign of the universe 
bless them ! preserve their life, increase their days, and prolong 
their years. may he redeem and deliver them from all 
trouble and evil occurrences: may the Lord of heaven be 
^eir support at aT *imes and seasons; and let lis say, 
Amen. 

vrtm Mf may redemption proceed fr om heaven, attended 

wiWa^^ 

a^sistoce bodily health, and wisdom, living and healthiul 
chifdreD a ferity thai shall not cease nor -relax .from the 
work of theC, Jail this holy congreg^ion, both the higher 



fa$?rf\ PpTWI) 'lia^B^ N3-IN |g) «p^ K^ 

wjj K$p» n. lib -j^a py^-b pi -spxh? p 

v% y$) kvi • a^j pny orrax ti'ptaj ?## ♦& 
nvcaa ^ dtbs# <g • vjrvfc^ &myp ■*» 

• kvi ^-13 t^nsn . n:^N| -mx ^g Q*j$s5# ^-^ 
TO •csirWpxa^ •n^- i ?3 cnoiw *'tr^ dW* 
dj? • ern: ntogrtft nnSvni runs nW'1 ♦ qir^V 

A Prayer for the Qaeen md Royal Family. 

tho?» 'O^ n^ . D ^ njnefc pan 

•nap?) Tg jn • w« ^ nm ^ D ; 3 ^ 
: n^s 1 ? k&j^ ^ can'i. titag i«yj 

Opb Sotbmxok Lady QUEEN VICTORIA . 
ALBERT EDWARD, P RraCT „, W AU!S) Ths PR ISC ESS OP WALES. 
Axd all thb ROYAL FAMILY. 

^ • ™* m vp* n m . ^ b - -^ 



215 MOBHISS SERVICE FOB THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

and lower orders, women and children. May the sovereign 
of the universe bless yon, preserve yonr life, increase your 
days, and prolong your years. may he redeem and deliver 
you from all trouble and evil occurrences ; and may the Lord 
of heaven be your support at all times, and seasons ; and let 
us say, Amen. 

*TOE> ^ May he who blessed our ancestors, Abraham, 
Isaac, and Jacob, bless this holy congregation, with all other 
holy congregations ; they, their wives, sons, and daughters, 
and all who belong to them ; those who unite in support of 
the Synagogues for prayer, as also those who assemble therein 
to pray ; those who provide lights to light it ; wine to sanctify 
the sabbath-day, and other festivals, and to distinguish them 
from working days ; and bread to the wanderer ; and charity 
to the poor. And all those who faithfully discharge the trust 
reposed in them by their congregation. May the holy blessed 
God reward them, remove all sickness from them, cure them 
in days of sickness, pardon all their sins, and send a blessing 
and prosperity in all the work of their hands, and of all Israel, 
their brethren : and "let us say, Amen.l 

trobftb ninttfn )ni3n He who dispenseth salvation unto 
kings, and dominion unto princes, whose kingdom is an 
everlasting kingdom, who delivereth his servant David from 
the destructive sword, who maketh his way in the sea, and a 
path through the mighty waters ; may he bless, preserve, 
guard, assist, exalt, aggrandize, our most gracious Sovereign 
Lady Queen VICTORIA ; ALBERT EDWARD, Prince of 
Wales ; The PRINCESS OF WALES ; and all the ROYAL 
FAMILY. May the supreme King of kings, through his 
infinite mercy, preserve them, and grant them life, and deliver 
them from all manner of trouble and danger. Subdue nations 
under her feet ; cause her enemies to fall before her, and cause 
her to prosper in all her undertakings. May the supreme 
King of kings exalt and highly aggrandize her, and grant her 
long and prosperously to reign. May the supreme King of 
kings, through his infinite mercy, incline the heart of her 
counsellors and nobles, with benevolence towards us, and all 
Israel. In her days and ours may Judah be saved, and Israel 
dwell in safety ; and may the redeemer come unto Zion ; may 
this be his gracious will, and let us say, Amen. 



THE MEMORIAL OF DEPARTED SOULS. 



It is customary to make mention of the Souls of departed Parents, &c. On 
the day of Atonement, and the ultimate Days of the Three Festivals. 

vhifo *fiW (MfB) *tfc «ax na#j dt^ toh 
n7.1v WW KM nj na£>a nai njrts rn: *y$y -naya 
npan mb> npm prra* Dma« n&Bft d& D w nn trail 

I j • tt |-:-:Jt:« tt;- - : • - k- - : • 

r^hrh naSnt? (B'n'B) ♦rnia W na&fr miW Ttar 

. t * : t ; t v t : • v: : • 

mn* neto ann ro na^ai irwa npnx vm 'jk0 Tiaya 

t ; t : - ~ : t ~ : t -; - | t i : •• •-:•.• -: - 

npan mfr apsn prw Dmaa na* ay D w nn trwa 

j T; . TT j _. -. j T : . TT ._ -:• ^ « .-- •• 

VfTTtj nn wapp *3j3j teal *aK n$ft dnibg ma : r 
BbSiyb d?n# >m nxo pa *aa ts& pa wnxi m« 
BgflMp n)^ru=i nj nap^ dim njrra ttd raje* i&asa 
mb> apg^ pm\ vrfptt na?fr dr D v pn *vn?a nnrcj 
ITS. pw wjjTjyi &$W* ""W *3?! n ^) aT] n R5l 

trshp *3tij5 Sa neeft (ffa'K ne#3 cpSx map 

to .030 p unmtf p wn? ^ek n-to p ^ax ira p 

]T\l$ TOJJJ Dgp tfttp 7JMpai3$ tyatOJ&n ^fe^l 

crrniBta nrrw rn nab>ai cn^nTO main nya nrmc 

v : - t v : • v - : v ; • - T : - w ~i |t i: 

a'psn wv cmax hv dwimo cy D»nn traa nrtra 
j33# rn^ns] D*frw ix# dk) hnSi ttji npyi rr# 



216 MORNING SERVICE FOR THB DAY 0* ATOUB1U5T. 



THE MEMORIAL OF DEPARTED SOULS. 



It is customary to make mention of the Souls of departed Parents, &c. On 
the day of Atonemelt, and the ultimate Days of the Three Festivals. 

TOTi May God remember the soul of our honoured father 
(A. B.) who is gone to his repose ; for that, I now solemnly 
offer charity for his sake ; in reward of this, may his soul 
enjoy eternal life, with the souls of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ; 
Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah, and the rest of the righteous 
males'and females that are in Paradise ; and let us say, 
Amen. 

TOP May God remember the soul of my honoured mother 
(C. D.) who is gone to her repose ; for that I now solemnly 
offer charity for her sake ; in reward of this, may her soul 
enjoy eternal life, with the souls of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ; 
Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah, and the rest of the righteous 
males and females that are in paradise; and let us say, 
Amen. 

TDr» May God remember the souls of my father and 
' mother, my grandfathers and grandmothers, my uncles and 
aunts, my brothers and sisters, whether paternal or maternal, 
who are gone to their repose ; for that I now solemnly offer 
charity for their sake ; in reward of this, may their souls 
enjoy 'eternal life, with the souls of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ; 
Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah, and the rest of the righteous 
males' and females that are in paradise ; and let us say, 
Amen. 

■tor May God remember the soul of (A. B.) and the souls 
of all my relatives, both male and female, whether paternal or 
maternal ; whether they have been killed, slain, and slaugh- 
tered, burnt, drowned, or strangled, for the sanctification of 
thy holy name ; for that I offer charity for the memorial of 
their souls, in reward of this, may their souls enjoy eternal 
life with the souls of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ; Sarah, 
Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah, and the rest of the righteous 
males and females, that are in paradise; and let us say, 
Amen. 



tfin • crqrc$?n vDnia ffsmp pi0 • D'fifnn a* 
mVnfj ? D'fi^nj an^ni D'Tptn ; owns nips* 

iVj3 nn^o : frj$ k 1 ? Drna?i • cruris d^^?) 

D13J! • D1« |»Sri) ♦ D31p )1X-) : HIE'? 1 ? » fty jYp^g 

^3jfe Wtf3 Dipyi • D^iy wis the* cy Tavh uvfo« 
• twj^ e**< n$a rnins 311-133 5 ^jpgft y$g 01 raw 
i|3i y-j^ 3^: c$) nip vj3?-di 3 lay. ora a^ 
tpft • iba 1 ? 3^3 igggp TW8 TT%1 ; lap wana 

' * • • • ^~ t : - 

n$fr • t®). 1*^1 *3fi33i • |i ! s3 piE>' vi up nS cm 
ri3^ n 1 ? I3j d$ik Q^? ehn-*3 i&rc) • ^sjpti fpg 

Bfch JTlfc Wl| X<?& BTQ3 pi; TBuq 5 D^ I$8* 

: efch d^: ii-'tj? jt^j h£ ^ts s nsi. f^« 




217 MQBHIHG BBBVICB FOR TAB DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

tWDmn a« may the most merciful Fatner, wno awellefch 
on high, in his mighty mercy, visit the pious, upright, and 
perfect, in every holy congregation, who willingly offered 
their souls for the sanctification of his holy name ; they who 
were lovely and amiable in their life time and were not 
separated (from their faith) at their death ; they were swifter 
than eagles and stronger than lions, to perform the will of 
their Creator and the desire of their Maker ; may God 
remember them for good among the rest of the righteous of 
the world. May he in our day, and in our sight, avenge the 
blood of his servants, that hath been shed : as it is written in 
the law of Moses, the man of God. Cause his people to 
rejoice, ye nations ; for he will avenge the blood of his 
servants, and will render vengeance to his adversaries ; and 
he will be reconciled to his land and to his people. And by 
the hands of thy servants, the prophets, it is written saying, I 
will avenge the blood which I have not yet avenged. I, the 
Eternal ! who dwelleth in Zion. And in the holy writings, it 
is said, wherefore should the heathens say, where is their 
God? Make known among the heathens, in our sight that 
thou avengest the blood of thy servants that hath been shed. 
And it is said, the avenger of blood will remember them, and 
not forget the cry of the humble. And it is said, he will 
md^e the nations, he will fill their places with dead bodies ; 
he woundeth the chief of nnn. He shall drink of the brook 
in the way, because he proudly exalted himself. 




iV raatf syn ^^x : n^D ^rr -ny to*3 •SPf nc\v 

tit ••• 'tt -: - T|v I |-: - : •" Ir/ ■• •• ; ~: - 

: Yrhx "V cj?n msta 

t v; t: v ^tt " : - 

TO* rtan^Kl "nSsn ^mSx toanx nnS nWia nop 

IT t .|T -:|- |-|v- - ■••: I : ■ |~: 't: t • : ' 

♦ TSJX okiy 1 ? ^ FwTjig! pnjs DV"S?5 : TSft D7U7 

^nxS?? *iyii spyi nm^j Tiq : tt*l! *p{r¥a^ ^yp 
-or :nnsD« ■yfctfi no* sphiarM t=it»^ mtvfr& 

vr- iiv. - -: l:|T ••: |- | ft : i v;iv T , T 

d^k "spa « cfifrtj pun s qui; ^njrpn ^ ^M?-an 
" spTP trfavorSjnB warn) SsS " ma :TDn^"tM 

I" I : 1 ; - : t 1 :|t . iv • -:■- | §v -; - t 

nrrbgg ^tfw'i d*^ S| md^j ^^8 tvicfro 

-rig npia s my? dS:>x ng arjb-pu nnx] vdb? sjj^j 
■^aa Tom rarrrSaa " P^ : nxn wro? jrafcw te 

T : • t : t t : -i ; t: | • - | t i ; ^- - - >|tt 



I ■% ti : 



* laitf :djtoti pa# DrorchnKi rw nrv ran 

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218 MOBHIHQ SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

"f/Tn *2W *nW)A " Happy are they that dwell In thy house ; 
they will be continually praising thee. Selah. Happy the people 
who are thus ! Happy the people whose God is the Lord!' 

Psalm, cxlv. 

David's Psalm of Praise. — I will extol thee, my God, 
King ! and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. Every 
day will I bless thee, and I will praise thy name for ever and 
ever. The Lord is great, and exalted in praise, and his 
greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall praise thy 
works to another, and shall declare thy mighty acts. I will 
speak of the glorious honour of thy majesty, and of thy 
wondrous works. And men shall speak of the might of thy 
tremendous acts; and thy greatness will I declare. The 
memorial of thy abundant goodness shall they perpetually 
utter, and shall sing of thy righteousness. The Lord is gracious, 
and full of compassion ; long-suffering, and of great mercy. 
The Lord is good to all ; and his mercies are over all his 
works. All thy works shall praise thee, Lord ! and thy 
pious servants shall bless thee. They shall speak of the glory 
of thy kingdom, and talk of thy power. To make known thy 
mighty acts to the sons of men, and the glorious majesty of 
thy kingdom. Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and 
thy dominion subsisteth throughout all generations. The 
Lord upholdeth all who fall, and raiseth up all those who are 
bowed down. The eyes of all wait upon thee, and thou givest 
them their food in due season. Thou openest thy hand, and 
satisfieth the desire of every living thing. The Lord is righte- 
ous in all his ways, and beneficent in all his works. The Lord 
is near unto all those who call upon him, to all who call upon 
him in truth. He will fulfill the desire of those who fear 
him ; he will also hear their cry, and save them. The Lord 
protecteth all those who love him : but he will destroy the 
wicked. My mouth shall utter the praise of the Lord : and 
let all flesh bless his holy name for ever and ever. "As for 
us, we will bless the Lord iroin henceforth, and for ever. 
Hallelujah." 

ibbrp Praise ye the name of the Lord ! for his name alone 
is exalted. 

Vrin His glory is above the earth and the heavens ; he will 
also exalt the horn of his people, the praise of all his saints ; 
even the children of Israel, a people near unto him. 
Hallelujah ! 



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219 M0BNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONBM.BNT. 
(On the Sabbath, this Psalm is not said.) 

Psaxm. xxiv. 

nima Ynb A Psalm of David. — The earth and the 
fulness thereof, are the Lord's : the world, and they that dwell 
therein. For he hath founded it upon the seas, and established 
it upon the floods. Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord ? 
and who shall stand in his holy place ? He who hath clean 
hands, and a pure heart; who hath not lift up his soul unto 
vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. He shall receive a blessing 
from the Lord, and righteousness from the God of his salvation. 
This is the generation who seek him, who seek thy face, 
Jacob. Selah. Make lofty your heights, ye gates ! and 
fly back, ye everlasting doors, for the King of Glory enters in. 
Who is this King of Glory ? The Lord, strong and powerful ; 
the Lord, mighty in battle. Make lofty your heights, ye 
gates ! and fly back, ye everlasting doors, for the King of 
Slory enters in. Who is the King of Glory ? The Lord of 
Hosts ! He is the King of Glory. Selah. 






On the Sabbath say: — 
Psalm, xxix. 

[ivib "ilttTtt A Psalm of David. — Ascribe unto the Lord, 
ye sons of the mighty, ascribe glory and might unto the 
Lord. Ascribe unto the Lord, the glory due to his name : 
worship the Lord in the glorious sanctuary. The voice of the 
Lord is upon the waters : The God of glory thundereth, the 
Lord is upon many waters. The voice of the Lord is powerful ; 
the voice of the Lord is full of majesty. The voice of the Lord 
breaketh in pieces the cedars; yea, the Lord breaketh the 
cedars of Lebanon. He also maketh them skip like a calf; 
the mountains of Lebanon and Shiryon, like the young 
unicorns. The voice of the Lord cleaveth the flames of fire. 
The voice of the Lord shaketh the wilderness ; the Lord 
shaketh the wilderness of Kadesh. The voice of the Lord 
causeth the hinds to calve, and maketh bare the forests ; and 
in his temple all speak of his glory. The Lord sitteth on the 
flood ; yea, the Lord sitteth King for ever. The Lord will 
give strength unto his people, the Lord will bless his people 
with peace.] 



When the Law i3 put into the Ark say :— 

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: ubw nwaw by\ • Djru 'art nwj : tstoa 






220 MORNING SERVICE FOR THE DAT OF ATONEMENT. 

ifcN> nnani And when the ark rested, he said, restore 
tranquillity to the many thousands of Israel. Ascend, OLord, 
unto thy resting-place, thou, and the ark of thy strength. 
Let thy priests be clothed with righteousness, and thy saints 
shout for joy. For thy servant David's sake, turn not away 
the face of thine anointed. For I have given you good doctrine, 
forsake ye not thy law. It is a tree of life to those who lay 
hold of it ; and the supporters thereof are happy. Its ways* 
are ways of pleasantness, and all its paths are peace. 

isrwn Turn thou us unto thee, Lord ! and we shall be 
turned ; renew our days as of old. 



END OF VOL. II. 



INDEX. 

TAOS. 

Note refering to *r»J *?3 and Prayer for the Reader beginning of the 

Volume. 
Evening Service for the day of Atonement or *VU *».#•••-••••••••••• 1 

Evening Prayer or ynjfD ....•••••••••••••••••••• 2 

mvy row •• ••••• 6 

Evening Service, or JlSy* &c ••• «•••••••••••••••••• 16 

isaSo W3K ••••• 39 

rowS wSy 41 

The Unity Hymn, oniRM TO 43 

The Glorification Hymn, or riVWDT 0»pM 63 

Morning Service or nnntt •••••••••••• 65 

rvwy row 101 

The Reader's Repetition 110 

Propitiatory Prayers, or rwrho • , . . , 161 

Prayers when the Ark is opened 206 

Portion of the Law or frnnn JWnp 210 

Portion of the Prophets TtflBB 212 

The Memorial of Departed Souls or mow map 216 

«-!»» &c 218 



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